Grocery shopping is a necessary evil – made even harder when you’ve got energetic boys in tow. Every week, we get tons of supermarket ads, flyers, and coupons in the mail. I love knowing what’s on sale so I can
I discovered blogs almost ten years ago. The first blogs I fell in love with were healthy lifestyle blogs (I’m pretty sure you burn extra calories reading fitness blogs). These young women (it was an all girls club at the
When I was in elementary school, the toy I most coveted was not an iPad or a hoverboard (Too bad they didn’t exist back then). What I was most excited to get was the box of 64 Crayola crayons. Not
I can always tell where my kids are… they leave a trail of toys wherever they go. All I have to do is follow the trail (or the screaming) and there they are. It’d sure be nice if tracking leads
Bedtime stories are one of my boys’ favorite things. Every night they ask for a “new” story. Well, we recently got around to the story of poor Hansel and Gretel. Okay, fine… we told them the slightly happier, non-original version
My boys love the same toys. Which, would be great if they were any good at sharing. But since they aren’t, there’s a lot of little boy fights and tantrums about who gets to play with the toy in question.
While my Facebook feed is usually full of cute pictures of my friend’s kids, lately it seems to have been hijacked by well-meaning and self-proclaimed gurus who want me to buy their business secrets. Don’t get me wrong – I’m all
At the exact moment my boys finish getting every reachable dish out of my cabinets, they suddenly get attracted to another shiny toy (or they just open the pantry and empty that). My kitchen is left a disaster, covered in