Looking Green, Going Green, and Recycling

Looking Green, Going Green, and Recycling

For those of you who celebrate, I hope you all had a nice Easter Sunday.  For us, it was the first time that we missed celebrating with extended family, but since 4/5 of us were still sick, we hung out at home.  Luckily, it was the last day of fevers for Joey and Cecilia, and […]

15 Kid Inspired Candle Scents (I hope they never make)

15 Kid Inspired Candle Scents (I hope they never make)

I buy a lot of candles, but which candle I burn depends on my mood…and let’s just say my moods are many. I enjoy different seasonal scents, a variety of florals, and oh how I love a good cookie or cake scented candle! As I was perusing my rather extensive candle collection, I came across […]

Deep Thoughts (from an almost 5yr old)

Deep Thoughts (from an almost 5yr old)

My almost five year old daughter – don’t you dare call her just four years old- has been doing that thing where she talks, and talks, and talks… Technically, this phase of incessant speech started around the time she was 18 months old, but now it’s a little different.  Back then it was mostly babbling filled in […]

Give me a sign

Give me a sign

Earlier this week I was looking through baby nursery decor – no, I’m not pregnant again – it was for a client whose social media I handle, and I came across this Baby Sentiment Plaque from Pottery Barn Kids. Sweet, right? Not that the sentiments on the sign aren’t true, but I started thinking about […]

My Spring Checklist

My Spring Checklist

Happy first day of Spring! I don’t know about you, but after a snowy and seemingly longer than usual winter, I’m welcoming Spring with open arms! The extended hours of sunshine, warmer temperatures, and blooming flowers are just a few things I’ve been looking forward to for months! Spring doesn’t come without a list of […]

A Mother’s Limerick

A Mother’s Limerick

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I’m sharing the most popular limerick that I’ve ever ever written… Okay, it’s the only limerick that I’ve ever written, but still, it’s nothing if not festively appropriate. Now how about a free pint on me?  Before you leave be sure to enter to win 6 Pints (one of […]

If Daylight Savings Time was a Child…

If Daylight Savings Time was a Child…

I hate Daylight Savings Time. I wish there were a more entertaining way to say it, but I’m too tired to come up with anything snazzy.  In fact, I’m thankful that this is coherent.  I’ve been spending the last few days communicating with the people around me using a series of grunts and grumbles. I […]

LEGO Walking

LEGO Walking

Firewalking has been around for centuries.  It’s often used as a rite of passage testing a person’s strength and courage, or sometimes with religious ties as a testament to the power of one’s faith. I even have several friends who have taken a walk across hot coals, and although I’ve never done it myself, I have totally […]

Trifecta of Tattling

Trifecta of Tattling

Yesterday, while the kids were at school, I went to pillage sort the their Valentine’s Day candy.  Any sort of organizing that may result in their belongings being thrown out is always best done when they’re not at home. I also prefer to eat their candy slowly so I can savor it, as opposed to […]

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