Party hats and baseball caps, playing outside and belly laughs, starting traditions and new ambitions.
We've rounded up some of our favorite ways to make (and remember) great memories and traditions with your kids. It might be their first day of preschool, but that first day of college isn't too far down the road! Here are some ways to make sure all of those days in between are remembered and celebrated.
For all those moms already packing lunchboxes or getting ready to become PB&J wizards, here's a free printable of lunchbox notes you can use to make your little one's lunch experience less "prickly"!
We are huge fans of lots of different podcasts, not just our own.... hehe. Whether we're in the car, working out, getting ready in the morning, or just going for a stroll, our earbuds are plugged in and we're listening to some fabulous shows. Here's a roundup of some of our favorite podcasts:
This week's Friday Cheers is all about fast and easy hair tips and tricks to help you get out of the door looking like a million bucks despite having only 5 minutes to pull yourself together (#momlife).
I'm always racing (like literally running sprints, she thinks it's hilarious) or playing chase. We climb a lot of stuff, which involves me lifting her up a lot and squatting. When we go to the park, I leave everything in the car so I can climb and slide and jump with her instead of watching.
I have found cooking for guests can be relatively easy as long as you are comfortable with the recipe and plan ahead. Here is a list of my go-tos, most of which can be prepped during nap time (yay!) and then finished right before dinner time. Enjoy!
Cheers to time with friends and family and living up Independence Day. Here's some patriotic background music perfect for your cook out!
Good friends are worth their weight in gold, especially when they decide to extend their stay and are happily willing to help you manage a naked child and toddler potty. As we prepared for this undertaking we stocked up on the these items to ensure our sanity remained intact while still having fun and enjoying time together.
While baby showers for the second child can be frowned upon, I loved the idea of bringing the southern tradition of a sip and see to the Midwest - I had a cute baby I wanted people to meet!