This post about back to school fashion and this school year’s #KidGoals is sponsored by Gymboree.
Heading back to school is a big deal when you’re 5 years old. Bear is counting down the days to when she gets to see her friends again (you know, the most important part of school to a kindergartener).
But this back to school season is different this time around. Little Man is heading to school with her, starting preschool next month [big, huge crocodile mom tears].
Before the school years starts, I sat down with both of them to see what their goals are for this school year. Their answers, in true form, cracked me up.
The following post about breastfeeding and breast pumps is sponsored and written by the folks at Aeroflow. This topic is near to my heart as a struggling breastfeeding first-time mom and exclusive pumper after my son’s nursing strike. I also used Aeroflow to obtain a free breast pump through my insurance in 2014 (so I can confirm that this is legit!).
According to the CDC, breastfeeding rates have steadily increased over the last few years, and it’s no surprise why since there are many health benefits for mom and baby. But while there are high breastfeeding initiation rates, the breastfeeding rates drop among infants at 3 and 6 months.
Shoes are the perfect finishing touch to any outfit and can work wonders for pulling together your ensemble. But with so many style options available, it can be overwhelming to know what shoes to splurge on and what shoes to skip. To keep it simple, here are 10 types of shoes that every woman needs to have in her closet (pssst, some links below are affiliate links).
I partnered with Juicy Juice for this easy popsicle recipe in celebration of the Cars 3 movie premier. This post contains affiliate links.
As the sun rose on Friday morning, so did a little man chanting “Caws moowie tu-night? Tu-niiiight?” Yes, buddy, we’re going to see Cars 3 tonight. “Ma Caws moowie! I get dwessed.” But before he could even change out of his racecar PJs, I had a surprise for him and Bear. The night before, I froze some Juicy Juice in ice cube trays for them to celebrate the big day. Yes, mom of the year right here, folks – popsicles for breakfast!
This post is sponsored by Cubbie Lee Toys.
Finding faith-based toys is important to me and my family. Of course Disney Princesses and Hot Wheels fill our playroom, but it’s nice to have toys that help to illustrate biblical teachings and stories from the Bible. I was recently introduced to Cubbie Lee Toys, a wooden toy company that offers puzzles, train tracks, and, my personal favorite, a little Noah’s Ark!
School is out and summer is here! If you’re like me, the last thing you want consuming your child’s attention this summer is devices.
Remember when we were kids and summer meant days at the pool, family bike rides and a neighborhood game of backyard baseball?