Now that my baby is a full blown toddler eating big kid bites, I have begun to allow her to eat meals with us. Sometimes I give her a special meal or extra veggies, but since my husband and I eat pretty darn healthy, this works out beautifully. My first easy meal made even easier… Continue reading Simplify Taco Night.
I find loads of crafts and DIYs to make on a weekly basis on Pinterest and all over the internet. I only put my child through doing about ten percent of those projects, for which I’m sure she’s grateful. My 18 month old has learned body parts lately. Everything from hands and elbows to back… Continue reading Crafting with a Toddler
So I officially disappeared for the month of April. Where has the time gone? Do you ever have times where you think you are all caught up on everything – then the next morning you wake up and feel like your to-do list doubled overnight and all that was accomplished yesterday is out the window?… Continue reading Love, Your Slightly-Frazzled-but-Beyond-Blessed-MomMe
Every 30 minutes, a child is abused or neglected in my home state of Ohio. When I read the above statistic, I was sickened by it. All I can think next is ‘how’? How on earth could a mother or father allow such a disturbing act to happen to their child or perform it themselves? How?… Continue reading April is Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month
Hello everyone & happy April! I made this Spring Bucket List for our little family to keep inspired with fun, fresh ideas for us throughout the season. Share, share, share this little gem. I am too proud of it and excited to document everything we plan to do.
Sickness has impacted our little household over the winter months more than I could have foreseen. As much hand sanitizer, wet wipes, and disinfectant spray as we use weekly, we should be one healthy troop. My absence from my blog has come with the unexpected colds and sicknesses with us all. But I’m back to… Continue reading The Forgotten Areas of Spring Cleaning.
That is the moment we all dread, yet can’t wait for. Our kids take over our daily lives with their wants and needs that we diligently attend to. Even going to the bathroom is no longer a solitary event. We cherish the moments that we wish would never end, and get frustrated with the ones… Continue reading ‘Growing Up’ by guest blogger: Kat