Toddler Proof

Ok you've arrived, you're finally at that stage where your child gets into EVERYTHING.  Where do you even begin?  It can be a daunting task to think about because well hello you definitely are not on their level.  Let me just tell you my son finds a way to get into every single thing.  We … Continue reading Toddler Proof

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#getyoursheettogether

Recently I received a gift in the mail from a company called QuickZip and I have never in my life been more excited about sheets!  These sheets are not your ordinary bedding.  The crib and twin sizes actually encase the whole mattress, when its time to change the sheet you quickly and easily just unzip the … Continue reading #getyoursheettogether

Reel it in Mamas

When you find out you're pregnant excitement sets in and you go a little crazy...ok A LOT crazy insane even.  You by item after item because of course you're so thrilled.... plus you have a baby shower, maybe even multiple showers!  You spend countless hours worrying about their room(I did) and getting it ready.   … Continue reading Reel it in Mamas

Hoppy Easter

This year was Colton's first Easter where he actually understood what was going on.  It was so much fun to watch his face light up as he searched for the colorful eggs hidden in the grass.  I wanted him to have treats, but nothing too sugary so we used Annie's Homegrown cheddar bunnies and fruit snacks.  They … Continue reading Hoppy Easter

Spoil That Mama.

We all know Mother's day is fast approaching and I wanted to share some of my favorite items made from hard-working mamas.  What better way to help celebrate that special lady in your life (or pamper yourself) than with a gift made by another mama?!  Hello, win win. »First, is my girl Danielle at Lsquared … Continue reading Spoil That Mama.

Cleft Strong

When my son was finally born, after days of labor, I noticed right away something was different about his nose and mouth.  If my brother had not been born with a cleft lip, I may not have really understood what was going on with my son.  I remember yelling repeatedly "is he okay?", waiting for an … Continue reading Cleft Strong