So, I had a post about our 10 year anniversary which I wanted to sit down and write. I still will. But here’s what got in the way.
I finally tried Stitch Fix. Here’s what I thought about it, why I tried it, what I got and some tips for getting a good fix.
Sometimes people say to me “Four boys?! What’s that like?” I can’t quite put it into words… But today I got it. Basically it’s like this: So far I’ve found 62 socks and a match ain’t one. (But I do have a great matching game for my 2 year old.)… Continue reading »
I never understood why people were so down about New Year’s Resolutions. True, they can be a bit cliche, and most people don’t keep them. But if we’re honest with ourselves, it’s not the New Year or the Resolution’s fault that they don’t work out. It’s us.
This article contains affiliate links to purchase some of our favorite bedtime stories. I make a small commission off your purchase. If you can’t buy these books locally, please consider purchasing through my affiliate link. I’m not a routine person by nature, but when it comes to bedtime with the… Continue reading »
Langston turned 6 months old last week. He sits up. He has 5 teeth. He drools. He’s aaaaaalllmost ready to crawl. He’s showing interest in food. He plays with toys. He laughs at his brothers. He pulls the small hairs out of the back of my neck. He claws… Continue reading »
Last night I sat and helped my 9 year old sort over 500 Pokemon cards by type. I colored. I played “mama bomb and baby bomb” with my 7 and 2 year old. I would love to say that I always show interest in Pokemon… but I don’t. And it’s been… Continue reading »
It’s 70-something degrees in Richmond right now, and even through we are usually a bit warmer in December this is kinda ridiculous. I’m not feelin’ it folks. Don’t get me wrong, I love the warmth… but with the weather being what it is we pretty much skipped the Christmas activities… Continue reading »
Letting go of the picture perfect holiday season and surrendering to the Christmas chaos.
In second grade, my son tested into a Center-Based Gifted program after a recommendation from his teacher. The program was offered by the county and transportation was provided, and it required a lot of shuffling and some sacrifices for our family, but he decided to give it a shot. Third grade at his… Continue reading »