With three kids, I am no stranger to fevers – especially when it comes to my daughter Alice.
Ever since she was a baby, Alice has gotten high fevers. With temps often reaching 105,
I’ve learned a lot about how to handle Alice’s fevers over the past seven years.
Aside from my pediatrician,
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Fall is one of my favorite seasons, and my family and I celebrate it as much as possible. Whether we’re jumping in a pile of leaves, bundling up for a late-autumn bike ride or sipping coffee
With Miles in 3rd grade and Alice in 2nd grade, I’m thrilled to say that my kids are becoming readers.
And, like me, they both become irritable when they run out of books to read. For the last few months, I’ve been on a mission to keep the good books coming their way.
After asking friends, fa
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My kids are back in school, and that means we’re also right back into sports.
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When IKEA first reached out to me and asked me to share some tips for better mornings and smoother evenings as part of their First :59 program, I jumped for joy. And then I laughed and laughed and laughed.
Mainly because our mornings used to be total disasters. In fact, people would have used me
School has started, and I am in full back-to-school mode. Miles and Alice love seeing their friends every day. And Simon is BEYOND excited to be riding the bus to Kindergarten this year.
I’m already stocking up on apology notes to send to his teacher.
In order to prepare for back-to-school,
In case you didn’t hear me shouting from the rooftops, my wild child Simon went off to school for his first day of kindergarten this week.
I’m not sure who was more excited. Me or him.
We’ve talked about it for months. He’s watched Miles and Alice get on the bus without him for years. He t
Sometimes, when I look at social media, it is clear that I am a total and absolute failure at pretty much everything in life.
I don’t include notes in my kids’ lunch boxes.
I don’t have a laundry system (unless you count barely getting it washed and dried and then having it sit a