Spring Break in New Orleans Before the Coronavirus Breakout

Spring Break in New Orleans Before the Coronavirus Breakout

This year was RJ and Milly’s first year back in a traditional school setting after two years of homeschooling with me and that transition left me missing them terribly while they were at school. This year, during every school break, I made it a point to plan...
A Local’s Coffee Shop Guide to San Antonio, Texas

A Local’s Coffee Shop Guide to San Antonio, Texas

It seems like pop-culture has decided that motherhood and drinking coffee go hand-in-hand. For me, that’s definitely true. Before getting into the groove of motherhood and becoming a SAHM, I was basically guzzling cup after cup of coffee just to survive. Now...
The Georgia-Pacific Plywood Mill Is All About Community

The Georgia-Pacific Plywood Mill Is All About Community

*This blog post is sponsored by Georgia-Pacific. All opinions are my own. Recently I visited the Georgia-Pacific plywood mill in Corrigan, TX and it was such an informative, enjoyable, refreshing experience. If you’ve been here (on the blog) for a while, you know that...
Delighting In All The Things. Hello, from ETX.

Delighting In All The Things. Hello, from ETX.

The drive from San Antonio to the family ranch is about 6 hours long; not an amount of time I take lightly…especially while driving with my two very active children in the back. If I’m lucky, we get on the road very early or right after lunch and they...
How To Save Money While Traveling With Children

How To Save Money While Traveling With Children

Here’s the thing: Traveling can get really expensive. Before having kids, I was privileged enough to not have to worry much about costs. I do not, by any stretch of the imagination, come from a wealthy family. I grew up an only child and my parents had good,...

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