It’s that time of year! Halloween is right around the corner. My kids aren’t into scary Halloween, but they like a little bit of creepy. What is creepier than your snack looking back at you?
It’s finally here! September 23rd made it official, friends. Fall is here to stay. Well, at least until December 21st when winter solstice comes. With fall here, my sworn duty as memory keeper is documenting all of the best things about the coziest of seasons. Simplifying always works for me and having a small list with thoughtful locations and traditions helps to ensure I don’t get stressed out about taking pictures and can enjoy the moments with my family. This is a simplified list of seven photos to take of your kids this fall so you can preserve your favorite autumn memories without being overwhelmed.
There’s no better way to honor the US of A than spending the day off playing some family-geared backyard games. These kid-approved activities pair perfectly with hot summer haze and barbecue days. An added bonus? They’re engaging and exciting enough to keep even the busiest of littles occupied all day long. Read More “Fourth of July Outdoor Activities”
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and I for one am super excited for my first official Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day is a great excuse to spend time bonding with your mama. If you’re on a budget, there are so many things you can do together that won’t cost a fortune. Whether it’s breakfast in bed or a movie marathon, these fun and affordable activities for Mother’s Day are a great way to spend time together.. Ellie and I have compiled this list to help keep mothers day fun and affordable. We would love to know what you end up doing for Mothers Day, so stop by and let us know!
“Did you hear about the restaurant on the moon? Great food, no atmosphere.” Even if he tells the worst jokes, Dad deserves a Father’s Day worth remembering. Honor your dad, husband, or grandpa on a day filled with family, love, and lots of fun with the help of these 5 simple tips.
Break out the pastels and cute, critter shaped candies, its Easter basket season. Marshmallow chicks and chocolate bunnies are classic staples that every kid’s Easter basket should hold, but further than that can be quite the undertaking. This Ultimate Easter Basket Gift Guide is full of thoughtful, spring inspired ideas that won’t be forgotten or tossed aside the morning after the delicious chocolate bunny has lost its ears (if you don’t eat it ears first, who even are you!)
February 14th always seems like a bright spot in the middle of the longest part of winter. Granted, chocolate, flowers, and handmade cards usually take center stage on Valentine’s Day (all things I also appreciate), but it’s nice to reach for a stack of love-centered books leading up to the middle of the shortest month.
It’s December 23rd. You swore to yourself that you’d start your shopping earlier this year. But as always, pumpkin pie turned into fruitcake before you even had time to digest your Thanksgiving dinner. You are not alone, here’s our guide for last-minute shoppers feverishly searching for the perfect gift.
The holiday season is just around the corner, and with it comes the dilemma of choosing and buying gifts for your loved ones. Not everyone can afford to buy gifts for all their closest family and friends. It could be that money is tight this year, or it’s only that you have more urgent financial needs.
One of my favorite parts about the holidays is that you get cards in the mail, instead of just bills and promotional catalogs. There’s nothing quite like seeing messages from friends and family, near and far. But what do you do with all those cards after the holidays are over?