Weeeeee! This week went fast, didn't it? Or maybe it didn't and it just went by in a bit of a blur for me. We've finally made it to Pizza night over here, and I can't wait. I have a confession. I have not gotten it together enough the last few weeks to make homemade … Continue reading The Friday Post. [vol. 6]
A couple of years ago, my mom made everyone in our family beautiful bound books with recipes from the whole family. Grandma's sugar cookies are in there, a whole bunch of my mom's recipes (cheesecake, meatballs, crab dip, spice cake, etc etc etc.) my dad's buckeyes & golden cadillacs (wait until the holidays roll around … Continue reading Our Family Recipe Book.
Feels a little late to be sharing this, February being a short month and it already being the 9th, but better late than never! But I can imagine this coming in handy next year when I'm looking for monthly to dos. I think I'll share every month (but hopefully a little earlier next time!). Now … Continue reading A February To Do List.
In the grand scheme of fast weeks versus slow weeks - it was a fast one, but I can’t say that it’s one I enjoyed all that much. This morning, our whole street was blanketed in a thick sheet of fog. We drive down a mile long stretch of straight road to get out of … Continue reading The Friday Post. [vol. 2]
Luke is sick. Has been all week. We had Monday off for Martin Luther Jr. Day, and he woke with a cough that got steadily worse through the day. Tuesday morning, I woke up at 5am for my school day as normal, got myself ready, the big boys, and then went to wake Luke up … Continue reading On (Working) Mom Guilt.
When I was probably 8 or 9 nine years old, my mom and I were in the car driving somewhere or other. I don't remember the errand, but I will always remember something that she told me on that drive. We had to pull over to the side of the road for a fire truck … Continue reading An Small Idea for Prayer.
If you follow me on instagram, I've talked many times about a document I made several years ago after having my first son, Charlie. To give you a little background - I was just going back to work after maternity leave and felt so sad about it all. I wanted to stay home longer with … Continue reading Making Every Day Special.
I wanted to start things off right here with letting you in on the most embarrassing parenting story that's happened to me lately... I’m not sure why this is jumping out to me as what should begin my writing career with, but here we are. My heart is set and it won’t be changed. Let … Continue reading Parenting Tip #1: Check and Double Check the Crib Sheets.