Halloween is many kids favorite holiday. My three year old asked all year long when she was going to be able to dress up and get candy, and much to her delight, that time is now! My neighborhood is still doing both trick or treats and, the newly popular, trunk or treats, so we won't be missing out on those (socially distanced, of course) but there are so many other fun activities you and your family can do this time of year.
It's officially Fall! With that comes a slew of fun family activities geared towards cooling temperatures, beautiful colors, and an array of amazing flavors.
I come from a small town, so we have a ton of little mom and pop shops. It was ingrained in me early to shop local and shop small. Yes, we have a Walmart and the next town over a Target, but for a good chunk of things, we try to shop our local small shops.
I have days I feel like a rockstar mom, a great wife, and a good friend. Today wasn’t one of those days. And that’s ok.
Today, Cambri wanted to go to the store in her princess dress. Any other time I would've probably said no.
Below is an actual picture of what my family room looks like right now. Toys scattered everywhere, clothes that need put away, floor that needs swept, all in its glory on display just for you! Embarrassing, right?
I have seriously tried SO many cleaning products and finally have narrowed down a tried and true lineup of my favorites.
I've put together a list of things you can do with your child during the "social distancing" to keep them entertained, engaged, excited, and keep their mind off of COVID-19.
After an insane amount of trial and error, we finally found a system that works for us. Having two kids and limited time, we needed something that was quick and easy, yet got the job done. Alas, our Cleaning Calendar was born! Here's how it works.
I'm so glad you're here and I'm even more excited to share with you why I decided to start this blog.