Every family is busy, and of course, our family is no exception. It’s great to take a look back at the wonderful vacations, the awesome activities, and smile at the memories. We also need a break from that sometimes
Stress. Ack! It’s inevitable and challenging trying to manage in this super-busy, fast-paced world. We’re multitasking maniacs, running businesses, raising kids, homeschooling, and trying to keep the household together. By the end of the day, when the kids finally drift into a slumber, there’s barely any time left to pour into ourselves.
Do you remember who you were before the world told you who to be? It is my wish for Akilah to never forget. To never let this imperfect world that demands perfection strip her of her bubbly, carefree spirit.
Hi, My name is Sheena and my toddler doesn’t stop eating. Her tummy is a bottomless pit it seems. As much time as she spends scoping out the pantry and fridge, she may as well pitch a tiny tent in the kitchen.
What would you say to your younger self? I would say “Self, live fearlessly.” This is a lesson I’m committed to instilling in Kiki on her journey to greatness. We’re loving Nella the Princess Knight on Nick Jr. because she breaks barriers, challenges expectations, and fights for justice on each of her adventures.
It’s hard to believe in just five months, I will have a three year old tiny woman. THREE. The years have flown by, but I remember a time when time didn’t go fast enough. During her first year, we were told all sorts of things.
With winter fast approaching, we’ve been trying to make the most of the mild weather before it becomes too bitter to spend time outdoors. One of the boys’ favorite pass-times is to play Pokémon GO which rekindles nostalgia from
Sometimes it feels like keeping everyone fed and happy is difficult, but not today. This lunch idea is simple, easy, and utilizes leftovers so it prevents food from being wasted. Plus, it’s cheaper than buying boxed lunches – and healthier!
This week, Juicy has been asking to go do “fun stuff”. We’ve been promising him a park visit, aaand putting it off each day. Thursday came around and after dusk, he asked to go do fun stuff. At that point, we felt like we were neglecting our poor middle child,