Almost two weeks ago we had a snow storm that left us without power for SIX WHOLE DAYS! There were even more people were left without power going on 2 weeks! After having to suffer through a multiday power outage, I made some mental notes on things we would need in the event we ever … Continue reading Power Outage Must Haves
It's no secret that Coco Village has some of the best wooden, ergonomic and fun toys. Their minimalistic design helps to foster the imagination of the young players and let them truly be in control of their own playtime. Why Coco Village To be honest, we've bought and been gifted wooden toys from a few … Continue reading Coco Village’s Wooden Toys & VIP Sale
As a mom, it's no secret I'm always running around. Errands, doctor's appointments, chasing Kiara outside, trying to get a workout in, and all life's moments in between. That is why I'm so glad to have partnered up with Dr. Scholl’s® to try out their Stylish Step® insoles.
Once I tried and fell in love with Pamcakes, there was one meal I knew I HAD to try right away... a healthier take on a southern favorite - Chicken and Waffles.
Since the day we took Kiara home from the hospital, I have wanted a backseat car mirror so I could see her. So I could see if she was OK, if she was breathing, or if she was awake or asleep. You know, the usual mom worries. The problem was all the car mirrors we … Continue reading BabyLum Car Mirror – A review
When we started Infant Potty Training, I didn't even know there was a word for it. I didn't even research it. It was something we talked about doing before Kiara was born. I had said something about sitting her on the potty as soon as she could hold her own head up or could sit … Continue reading Infant Potty Training Part 1: Why We Introduced the Potty Early
How a simple at-home food sensitivity test saved me from another long road of suffering from food intolerances and trial and error elimination diets.
After having my baby I stopped loving my cat...