Your feet are swollen like balloons, and the kid watching cartoons in your living room is just as demanding as the one that’s chillin’ in your womb. (Who, by the way, is single-handedly rearranging your vital organs.) They say women are good at multitasking, but parenting and growing a baby at the same time brings a whole new level of difficulty to the table. Here’s how to survive:
Although most babies don’t start showing their pearly whites until they’re roughly 6-12 months old, the teething process can start rearing its ugly head as early as two months In addition to blood-curdling screams, excessive chewing, and sleepless nights, teething can also come with another unpleasant side effect; a rash. Here’s what you need to know: Read More “Things to Know About Teething Rash”
A hot and rainy day is both a paradox and an inconvenience. Summertime is supposed to be about sprinting through sprinklers and sunbathing, for crying out loud! Not to mention, attempting to dress in a way that shields you from the elements without dying of heat exhaustion is damn near impossible. Here’s what to wear when it’s muggy to the max, with style suggestions for you and your little: Read More “Rainy Summer Styles”
I’m the mother of a blended family of seven. Yes, seven. And it sounds very shocking at first. Seven people. Seven personalities. Seven mouths to feed. But blended families aren’t always together, so I only have to feed seven people a few times a year, ha! And ours is further complicated because three of our five children live over 2300 miles away from us.
Showering a soon-to-be mother with gifts is a tradition that’s been around since the Renaissance era, but that doesn’t mean new mamas are sticking to status quo. The ever-so-creative millennial Moms (that’s you!) have come up with the greatest variation of the traditional baby shower ever. Behold: the adorably practical baby sprinkle. Read More “Baby Sprinkles 101”
Pretzels, string cheese, goldfish, repeat. If this sounds like a highlight reel of your child’s afternoon snacking ritual, you’re not alone. In a perfect world free of diaper blowouts and meltdowns, we’d only feed our kids colorful arrangements of veggies in the shape of ladybugs and butterflies. But when you’ve got a bazillion things to get done at once, convenience is everything. Here are our fave snacks that are just as nutritious as they are easy.
It’s that time of the year again where we start thinking about the Holidays. This means that sweets are on everyone’s mind, whether it’s baking them or eating them. I’m always looking for a delicious dessert recipe to bring to that family party or Holiday event. I wanted to create a recipe that was simple, healthy, and delicious! These ingredients you most likely have already in your house and will be able to make within minutes. Read More “Coconut Flour Snickerdoodles”
Simply put, Friendsgiving is Thanksgiving dinner shared between friends friends. A gathering to raise a glass and celebrate with those who you may not not see as often as you’d like, but when you do, it’s like no time has passed.
There’s a lot to love about this unofficial holiday. For starters, everyone brings their signature dish (or drink) to share, creating an eclectic feast.
Smack dab in the middle of the ghouls and the garland is the “gobble gobble” of Thanksgiving. While its neighboring holidays boast trick-or-treating and tree lightings, Thanksgiving can sometimes leave a lot to be desired in terms of its fun-factor.
This season is all about sharing memories, oversized slices of pie, and deep belly-laughs with the people we cherish the most. Amidst the mayhem of all the whisking, measuring, and peeling, it’s easy to skimp out on the tiny details that can make large gatherings feel special and intimate.
No need to spend hours delving into the dark, unforgiving depths of Pinterest. We’ve compiled a collection of unique, cost-effective, and time-efficient tablescape ideas that sure earn you the coveted title of “the hostess with the mostess”. Read More “Quick and Easy Fall Tablescape Ideas”