While I really want to be that stereotypical Super Mom cooking every meal from scratch, keeping a clean house, always doing fun things with the kids, and being “pulled together” every day, it just isn’t always feasible. Between karate…
You look around the house and realize you have a lot of stuff. You really are blessed…maybe a little excessively blessed. Your kids have gobs and gobs of toys. You have enough clothing to dress an army. Where are some
Let me take a moment to be blatantly honest with you…sometimes I really don’t like to cook dinner. In fact, I’ll give you 7 reasons why this mom doesn’t want to cook dinner (and I’m sure you’ll agree). Because I
Sending Christmas cards is like sending cheer through the mail. Maybe you are like me and love sending them, but you are just never quite prepared so you are either late sending them or you just forget to send them
Hang in there. You can get through this holiday season. While we do not focus on the “things” aspect so much (yay for less stress), I do enjoy having a few fun things for the kids to open and we
Winter weather is a little different everywhere you go. In the North, kids typically bundle up while in the South there is more layering of lighter clothing. Being from Wisconsin, I am used to very chilly winters, but where we
Inspired by the Teal Pumpkin Project, I decided to pull together a huge list of Non Candy Halloween Treats (not allergy-friendly candy, but an alternative altogether) for trick-or-treat that are generally allergy-friendly. Many of these are unconventional–in other words, they
As a military family, we live in a rental home. We do not always know when we may have to move and have to expect to be moving around frequently, so we never completely “settle in.” We have painted walls, but that isn’t always practical or possible. So what are some ways that we make our rental feel like home?