Mother’s Day is almost here! I’ll save you the Google–it’s Sunday, May 13, 2018. One of my favorite parts of Mother’s Day is brunch [another is doing no diaper changes, a rule I instituted on my very first Mother’s Day]. I can’t help with the diaper changes, but today, I’m sharing one of the best spots for Mother’s Day brunch in Kansas City!
If you’ve been reading here any length of time, I’m sure you’ve figured out that I’m far from a gourmet chef. But, I have two little ones who depend on me to prepare meals everyday, so I’ve figured out a few reliable meals for kids. Here are some of my tried-and-true lunch ideas for preschooler and baby!
This criss-cross back sweater is perfect for date night! We recently had Restaurant Week here in Kansas City, so my husband and I got a sitter and tried out a new dinner spot. I thought this sweater and jeans look was the perfect mix of sporty and sexy.
I used to think being a lawyer was stressful… then I became a mom. Being a mom brings on entirely new levels of stress, whether it’s worrying about your kids [constantly] or wondering if you’ll ever get 5 minutes to yourself before they turn 18. During the past few years, I’ve come up with some great ways to relieve the mom burnout. Read on for my top 5 ways for busy moms to relax…
Our first Christmas as a family of four is officially in the books! And wow, this holiday season was a complete whirlwind. For starters, various combinations of the kids and I were sick for about the first 2 weeks of December. Between recovering from illness and having a baby who doesn’t sleep through the night, I felt like I was on auto-pilot for most of the season.
Of course, I still wanted to do all of our favorite holiday traditions with the little ones. We just had to cram everything in super fast once we were all feeling better! I knew this would be a really fun year, since Colton is at an age where he thinks Christmas is really magical. Plus, it was Blair’s very first Christmas! And there’s nothing better than a baby’s first holiday season.