If you follow me on IG [or if you follow me around in real life… yikes], you know I recently bought a new car. We actually drove all the way to Dallas to buy it, but that’s a story for another post. I have 2 little kids, so keeping anything nice is a challenge. Here are the strategies I’m using to protect car from kids…
One of the most exciting times of a parent’s life is finding out their baby’s gender. Whether you did an early ultrasound, waited until 20 weeks, or even waited until Baby was born… it’s a moment that changes your life forever. This time last year, we were preparing for our sweet baby girl’s arrival. And I’ve been reminiscing on some of the best things about having a daughter.
A few days/weeks/months ago [who knows, because I’m terrible at keeping track of time], I published a post called Day in the Life of a Stay-at-Home Mom of 2. Since then, it’s been my most-viewed post. It’s made the rounds on social media, and I’ve received feedback–publicly and privately–basically saying that I don’t measure up as a mom. That I don’t clean enough. I don’t cook enough. I don’t whatever enough. Well, I’m not a super mom… and I don’t care.
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!
One of my family’s favorite summer pastimes is spending time at the pool. We’re lucky to have a pool in our neighborhood, so Colton and I hang out there most days. But, now that I have two little ones, I need them to get some water safety skills ASAP. So, we enrolled in swim lessons, and I wanted to share our experience about what to expect at baby swim lessons to help other parents. Well, and to share some cute photos of my littles in the pool, because why not?