Well, folks, we 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
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.
I think we have all been there. We look around at our homes and wonder, “How did it get this way?! I don’t even know where to start!” When I was sick during the first part of my pregnancy, our family was simply in survival mode. I did not do one thing in our home.
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
Today, I’m keeping it casual and sharing my top goals for the year. Ever since reading Say Goodbye to Survival Mode*, I choose my goals based off of my top 5 priorities. In the book, author Crystal Paine says that it is important to know your top 5 priorities so that you can focus your
Growing up, my mom always took down the Christmas decorations after New Years, and I loved helping! The organization aspect of putting it all away was fun to me. Yep, I’m a weirdo. 😉 In my own home, I usually pack up the Christmas decorations sometime the week between Christmas and New Year’s. Here’s the
This week I would love to hear from you! As I plan for 2017, I want to keep your needs a priority. So I’ve created a quick survey. If you have a few minutes, I would appreciate you letting me know how I can best serve you in the following year. Thank you so much