If you’re a parent, I am sure that you have looked through the app store for some kind of photo sharing app to save and send photos with family. And…
On our walk back from dinner we got to watch the sunset, it was quite nostalgic for me, as the spot we were at is where Jason and I first watched the sunset 5.5 years ago. In that moment, I knew I had made the right choice in not bringing my laptop. I was thriving. My clients and business were surviving without me, and I was genuinely happy I got to enjoy such a special vacation with my family. I encourage everyone to take the time to unplug and enjoy life with those you love.
Seeing everyone’s Disney posts for the holiday season has made me reminiscent of our trip to Disney in October. We had such a good time and enjoyed every minute of it, but I want to share with you the one item we took with us that made traveling with a 3 and 1-year old that much easier…. The Bumbleride Indie Twin Stroller.
Basic Invite has everything you need to order your cards, have them arrive on time, and customize to your liking.
oday we spent our Saturday in our PJs just lounging around. While lounging around and enjoying a cozy nap on the couch with the kids, I decided to put together a small gift guide geared towards some cozy items to help inspire you this holiday season.
What a year 28 was. I gave birth to my daughter, survived the pandemic and lost a dear friend on the anniversary of the day we always celebrated my birthday together. What a year 28 was. I gave birth to my daughter, survived the pandemic and lost a dear friend on the anniversary of the day we always celebrated my birthday together. What a year 28 was. I gave birth to my daughter, survived the pandemic and lost a dear friend on the anniversary of the day we always celebrated my birthday together. My 20s have been such a great learning experience and now that I am entering the last year of them, I want to share some things I’ve learned.
There isn’t a day that goes by that Sawyer isn’t testing the boundaries and making all of our hearts skip a beat with his fearless nature. He is always on the move running, tripping, falling, and climbing. Thankfully we haven’t had any serious injuries or trips to the ER.
The way your eyes light up, the big smile on your face and hearing you yell “ mom”, “mama”, “mom” when I walk in the door makes all the bad days worth it. It’s the best reminder that everything mommy and daddy do is for you, to ensure you have the best life.