This post is part of a 3 part series all about simplifying your kid’s wardrobe. In this post I’m sharing how to build a kid’s wardrobe, next I’ll share tips for shopping kid’s consignment stores, and last I’ll share how I organize my kids’ clothes. Building a Kid’s Wardrobe used to overwhelm me. I was constantly
When preparing for a second baby, it sure is nice to know what to expect for the most part. It was easy to eliminate things that I knew we weren’t going to use based off of having one child already. However, throughout this first year, there have been things that we have used over and
Now that my daughter is 7 months old, it is a great time to share my Babywise book review! I have two children and before I had my firstborn I researched all kinds of methods and routines for baby feeding and sleeping. There was so much out there that I became overwhelmed, so instead of
W are officially out of the newborn stage, and I have a 4 month old! This time with our baby girl has been so precious and I have thoroughly enjoyed it! This is my second child and I knew there were things I wanted to change this time around. For starters, I wanted the baby
Stockings were always one of my favorite things to open on Christmas! I want my kids to be excited about their stockings each year too. I think my favorite part was always the chocolate. And actually it probably still is! Ha! In the video below I shared what we are putting in our kids’ stockings.
If you shop the standard maternity stores during pregnancy, you know that you can easily blow hundreds of dollars on only a handful of outfits. It’s crazy! During my first pregnancy, I really didn’t know where to look for clothes other than the standard maternity stores. All of the clothes I purchased the first time
Babies require so much stuff and it can be overwhelming trying to figure out what to do with all that stuff! Since this is my second baby, I have learned a few things about keeping it all easily managed. 1) Don’t Fold the Clothes Baby clothes are so tiny and they go through a