While I’m a huge fan of getting outside with the family, sometimes you just can’t. Try one of these 24 activities to Do When Your Stuck Inside With Your Kids instead. #6 is always a favorite around here. This post is part of a series on connecting simply with your children. You can read the […]
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So for the past month or so, I’ve been reading the above — “Pinterest Savvy” by Melissa Taylor — and participating in a facebook group where Melissa’s been teaching us her Wise Pinteresty Ways. And I’m learnin’ stuff, people.
Since we’ve always had family several hundred miles away, each of our babies have been in the car and on the road within the first few months of being born. Here are a few things we’ve learned along the way:
As part of the Ultimate Guide to Baby’s First Year, today I — and over 30 other bloggers — are helping new parents take care of themselves. Because it’s a weird, insular world, those first few weeks with a new baby. You don’t get out much. Babies are frigging demanding. They don’t do anything for themselves. But […]
So I wasn’t really thinking when I wrote a post a few months ago. It was all about being a new mom, and it would have been perfect for Mother’s Day, and then I went and published it on a random Friday.
Can we talk, for a moment, about how much I hate the word “epic”? Every time someone promises me something will be epic, it makes me determined to be unimpressed. It can’t be that great. But if I were the sort of person who called things epic, I’d use it for this — the Ultimate Guide […]
Ya’ll. I just wore yoga pants to drop the kids off at school yesterday. The not-wearing-of-yoga pants was one of hundreds of rules I set for myself when I had my first baby…along with not talking about bodily functions, not boring people with mundane stories about my kids, showering every day…I broke them all a […]
I write about kids’ activities here, and while they’re mostly simple and inexpensive, they do, sometimes, require some time. And, sometimes, we don’t have that kind of time. We have ten minutes, here and there, between errands and drop-offs and other things. I’m over at My Favorite Finds, with some ideas of things to do […]
I originally published this stromboli recipe a year or so ago, but I figured since we’re halfway through the school year ya’ll might need a few ideas for school lunches. This one is great because you can make it on Sunday and have sandwiches for several days afterwards. You could even double up and freeze […]