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…
In my sophomore year of college, I went to my first Halloween sorority/fraternity party.
Yes, I was in a sorority in college. Someday I’ll tell you the adorable story about how Even Steven was president of his fraternity, and I was president of my sorority. Oh – I guess I just did. The end.
I’m sharing my very favorite Halloween Crafts for Kids. You (and your kids) will love these simple, fun Halloween crafts!
#1 – Glowing Jack O’Lanterns
Use your recycled glass jars, tissue paper and Mod Podge to make these clever jack o’lanterns. Not So Idle Hands provides step-by-step instru
I’m still recovering from my last week of camping and a stomach bug – not at the same time thankfully. I’m behind on the blog, but I thought this would be a good post to share with you today. I mean – seriously – the woman had Crisco in her camper!
My mom is visiting me this week, which is always
My mom is a helper. That’s just who she is.
She wants to help you solve your problems. And she’s Greek. So while she’s helping you solve your problems, she also wants to cry with you when you’re sad – and laugh really, really hard with you when you’re happy.
She’s also a little… nosy.
So now you know about the rare voice gene that runs in my family – the one that doesn’t work with microphone technology.
Did you also know that we have an extra vertebrae in our back?
Oh, yes, we do.
And attending organized dance lessons after the first grade puts us at high risk for par
I am 6.5 months pregnant and nervous about labor and delivery. What tips do you have to share?
You have come to the completely wrong place for advice on labor and delivery – but I will share anyway…
But before I share, you need to know that I proudly had an e
Even Steven and I celebrated our 11-year wedding anniversary last summer. And by celebrated, I mean that he offered to help me get my compression hose on before he left for work.
Now I’m not going to tell you that the spark is gone from our marriage.
But things are far different
Since my mom is currently at my house watching my kids (and Even Steven) while I’m out of town, I thought I’d take the opportunity to post one of her all-time favorite blog posts. Ever.
Why My Mom Has to Use the Coffee Shop Drive Through
Several years ago I was training for the Chicago Maratho