Gifts For Kids – Imaginative Play

Gifts For Kids – Imaginative Play

I am big advocate for creative and imaginative play. I think kids should be allowed to be kids and child-like for much longer than the majority of society deems acceptable. I wasn’t always like this. When I first became a mom, I thought I would be a hard-nose,...
Mom-life Lately

Mom-life Lately

We have finally gotten a month in of a day-to-day that resembles a routine. Yay us! In July we bought our house, in August we went on a three-week vacation to Puerto Rico and it was amazing. September was a little less eventful and that was perfect. We focused on...
2018 (A Whirlwind Experience)

2018 (A Whirlwind Experience)

It’s only the end of May and 2018 has already proved to be one hell of a year. First off, my grandmother died in January. It was hell because she was such a huge part of both my childhood and adult-life. My mother was also the primary care giver for her for...
Moving to Marshall — We Are Still Living Out of (Some) Boxes

Moving to Marshall — We Are Still Living Out of (Some) Boxes

Have I mentioned that I hate moving? I think (actually, I know) that I have. Our days are starting resemble some sense of normalcy and I’m so happy for it. Still….boxes are still stacked in a couple of places in the house and it’s driving me insane....
Homeschooling! It’s Official.

Homeschooling! It’s Official.

My mind has been swirling in and around the idea of homeschooling for awhile. I’ve mentioned in a couple of past posts. Honestly, the idea of homeschooling intrigued me but the reality of it terrified me. I use the word “terrified” a lot in talking...
Living with Anxiety & Motherhood

Living with Anxiety & Motherhood

This is the first time I’m speaking publicly about my journey through anxiety. Not because I’ve been embarrassed (and, for the record, no one should be) but because I haven’t really “struggled” through it in a long time. It’s always...

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