The People We Hate At The Wedding

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I’ve heard tales about families who get along well, have each others backs and actually look forward to seeing each other. Mind you, I’ve never met any of these mythical families, and I most certainly don’t belong to one. Apparently neither does Grant Ginder, because he has managed to perfectly capture the lying, backbiting, passive-aggressiveness … Read more

Locking Diary for Girls with Feathered Pen and Stickers!

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When you have a house full of girls, privacy can be at a high premium. I love the princesses, but I have to admit they are a bunch of nosy little snoops. That means I get to listen not only to the whining about privacy being invaded, I also have to endure the endless tattling … Read more

RockABye Plush Character Rockers

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The rocking horse is such an iconic childhood toy, but I’ve recently found a company called RockABye that takes the rocking horse to a whole new level. They offer a revamped version of the classic rocker in every imaginable character- from ships, planes and vehicles to cheerful insects to animal friends and fantasy creatures. These … Read more

Five Style Hacks for Moms

Five Style Hacks for Moms There is no doubt that becoming a mother complicates fashion. Little ones require a great deal of mental and physical energy, and there are days when it is hard to string together any outfit, let alone a stylish one. However, if you enjoy fashion, then there is absolutely no reason … Read more

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This review was made possible by iConnect and Luvs.  I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine. Diapers are one of my huge shopping frustrations. They’re so very necessary yet also often so expensive. And I’m not crunchy (or crazy!) enough to switch to cloth diapers, as much … Read more

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Here are just some of the awesome adult and kids clothing we got from Schoola! If any of you sweet yams haven’t done this, it’s a great deal. As if a fashionista on a budget ever turned down free clothing! When you sign up through my affiliate link you get $20 completely free and I … Read more

Huggies Little Snugglers: From the First Hug to the #SecondHug and a Million Hugs After #ad

In case of a zombie apocalypse, Sam’s Club is the place I want to be. Shopping malls may be a little shinier and more refined, but I’m much more comforted by the towering stacks featuring giant packages of..well, everything you could possibly want and some things you didn’t even realize you needed! In the meantime … Read more

Greta the Fox Wooden Swing

Who doesn’t love the freedom of swinging through the air, watching the ground blur by beneath your feet? Every little kid deserves a swing in the yard to experience this joy. One thing I’m not a huge fan of are the gaudy plastic modern swingsets. This wooden swing from Greta Fox is a nice change. … Read more

A Month of Gratitude, Day 2: My Girls.

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Here’s the thing: I never wanted to be a mother. I knew this always, from the beginning of memory onward. Maybe it’s because we grew up rough, maybe it’s because I saw the world as a writhing, painful, grasping place to which I would never subject a fragile new life. But I always knew. This … Read more

Equal parts silly and smart.

So we were playing hide and go seek, which involves her crawling under the chair I’m sitting in and loudly ordering me to count. Then I’m supposed to run all over the place, opening doors, peeking in cabinets, frantically trying to find her- while she giggles uncontrollably under the chair. She pops out and stand … Read more