Being a mom is hard work. We're warned before we have kids that it's the hardest, but best, job we could ever have, and gosh is that so darn true!
The school year is fast approaching (and for many has already begun), and with that can come a lot of anxiety. Throw in a national pandemic, and you can assume that many moms, dads, and kiddos are really feeling the nerves.
I never in a million years thought I would be a “baby wearer.” Structured carriers seemed uncomfortable, ring slings were confusing, and wraps looked like a LOT of fabric.
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.
Knowing what to get a kid for their birthday is tough. Knowing what to get a ONE year old, who can't really talk or express what they want, is even harder! My daughter is juuuuust about to turn one, so I knew people would be asking what they could get her. I looked up list after list, toy after toy, trying to figure out what in the heck you give a one year old.
Today, Cambri wanted to go to the store in her princess dress. Any other time I would've probably said no.
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.
Growing up I always had an idea of what my family would look like. I knew that I wanted to start my family out with two adorable, strong little boys and finish out my clan of kiddos with the sweetest little girl. Three kids, in exactly that order. Oh man did God laugh at my plan when he blessed me with not one, but two perfect little girls.
After hours upon hours of research, as well as my personal experiences with every one of these products, I can honestly tell you these are my top 10 must haves.