Winter is officially here, and I am not loving the cold. But I am loving the excuse to break out my favorite hot chocolate recipe and cozy up with a hot cup of cocoa.
This hot chocolate is creamy and rich and full of real ingredients. When served with goodnessknows snack squares, it’s the perfect
Every now and then, it’s fun to take a break from the busy-ness of life and spend a little time crafting with my older two kids. We used to spend hours at the dining room table coloring, drawing, painting and making messes.
But as these two are getting older, our time creating is becoming les
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,
If you’re like the majority of the population, chances are you’ll wake up at some point over the next several weeks with a hangover.
Headache. Nausea. Exhaustion.
Wishing you hadn’t had that one last drink…
Wishing your kids weren’t screaming in your face at the crack of dawn…
I recently read an article that took me by surprise.
A full 70% of moms with kids under the age of 18 are working. Seventy percent!
As one of those working moms, it’s really easy for me to feel like I’m the only mom that’s working. Sometimes it feels like every other mom is staying home with
It’s no secret that I love fall.
It’s the season of apple picking and farm festivals.
Corn mazes and campfires.
Jumping in piles of leaves and cozying up with a good book.
It’s sweaters and boots and casseroles. (I do love my casseroles.)
But most importantly, it’s time for PUMPKIN SP
Halloween has become a month-long event in our house. We decorate the house together, attend spooky events in town and help to coordinate parties. We spend hours brainstorming the perfect costumes and bake Halloween treats. But out of all of the Halloween fun, my very favorite event is Halloween nig
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,
I don’t know about you, but I feel like I am on a constant quest for more energy. There are days when my to-do list could fill three pages. There are days when everyone in my house is up at the crack of dawn for no apparent reason. There are days when I have 40 gazillion work deadlines and everyone