Are you “team organized” or “team laid-back?”
Do you like everything in its’ place, or do you even have a place?
I’m a retired homeschool mom – after 13 years of homeschooling our baby graduated last year!
Probably one of my favorite things about homeschooling was getting ready for back to school and setting up the school supplies and books.
I’m a little OCD, and I got to put that to good use!
Before I had kids, I would have had as many kids as possible.
And I would have had them as close together as possible.
Nothing crazy, but you get it. As a teacher and someone who overall loves kids, it was a pretty simple thing to say.
Motherhood is like getting on a never ending roller coaster ride – it has highs and lows, some of it you will love and if you are an honest mama some of it you will hate.
Before becoming a mum I didn’t know you could love and hate all at the same time.
I will always love my children but some days being honest you just want to walk away, but we won’t… because as hard as motherhood is… we love it.
Summer vacation is finally here!
Our kids are super excited about it but we as moms and stay-at-home moms kind of dread it in ways though, right?
If you’ve got a kid entering Kindergarten soon, you likely have had these thoughts in the back of your mind for awhile: Is my kid ready?
Will they be okay?
Will they like school, make friends, be successful….and on it goes!
If you are anything like me, you have children that get HANGRY! A LOT.
My toddler’s mouth is like a black hole for fruit and cheese sticks.
One of the best things I started doing as a mom was unconsciously implementing rhythms into my day.
Rhythms are habits meant to create fluidity.
They’re things that trigger other things or things triggered by other things.
When was the last time you put your own needs on your to-do list?
My guess is that it’s been a while, if ever.
And I get it, Mama.
You’re busy, overwhelmed, and the last thing on your mind are self care activities.
Is there an awesome dude in your life that’s about to become a dad?
Finding those new dad gifts is just as important as celebrating mom and baby!
Becoming a new parent can be just as exciting for men as it is for women – and it should be celebrated for new dads too!
Positive parenting in the 21st century is an incredibly different space from what parenting was like 30 years ago.