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April 20, 2014

Deal Alert: Aden + Anais 4 Pack for 30% Off!

Aden + Anais

My toddler is obsessed with her Aden + Anais blankies. We've used the swaddlers since she came home from the hospital. They were the first blankets we wrapped her in and she's clung to them ever since. Since we are expecting twin girls I had to figure out whether I could reclaim the Aden + Anais … [Read more...]

How to Have a Stress-Free Picnic

picnic tips

    This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Wet-Nap but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #showusyourmess http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV I live in an area that has perfect weather year-round. There's no excuse for not … [Read more...]

Spring Fashions for Baby Girls

Spring Fashions for baby girls

Spring is the perfect time to dress your little girl up in adorable fashions that capture the lightness of the season. With two little girls on the way I'm on the hunt for all things girly. That's a huge change for me! After having three boys in a row I'm now having 3 baby girls in two years. It's … [Read more...]

Deal Alert: Britax/BOB Spring Savings Event

Britax Sale

Are you in the market for a stroller? Britax and Bob make some of my favorite strollers. I'm planning on using my Britax B-Ready with the twins when they are born (and I've been using it for years with my other kids) . A double BOB is on my wish list as soon as I'm ready to get my body back … [Read more...]

Pregnancy Update: 25 Weeks Pregnant with Twins

25 weeks pregnant

  I've been counting down to 25 weeks. It feels like I can start checking off the weeks a bit faster now. Time has been moving so slowly in my little world that it seems to have taken forever to get here. We are no where near ready for these babies to show up but I like knowing that … [Read more...]

Books that Get Boys Excited About Reading

Books to get boys reading

Reading is something I'm passionate about and before I even became a mother I knew that was something I wanted to share with my kids. My oldest three children are boys though and that comes with a few challenges. Nationally, boys consistently test lower than girls on reading assessments. The … [Read more...]

A Story of Childhood Asthma – Finally Some Answers

A Story of Childhood Asthma

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics more than 23 million Americans suffer from asthma with more than a quarter of those being children younger than 18 years old. My son is among those numbers and this month I’m sharing his story for the first time.  The first few years were rough but … [Read more...]

Free Captain America Printables

captainamerica

  Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens in theaters today. My 8 year old son is OBSESSED with all things Captain America so this is one he wan't wait for us to hurry up and screen for him so he can find out if we are letting him watch it. He may have to wait a little while. I've … [Read more...]

10 Reasons to Fight for Family Dinner

Share the Table

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Barilla, but opinions are my own. As a family, we stay pretty busy. Our days are filled with school, field trips, sports, playdates, and everything in between (at least they usually are. At the moment we've been sidelined). That doesn't … [Read more...]

Screen Time for Toddlers — Is it Okay?

Toddler Tech

  Screen time for kids has always been a hot topic. Lately I’ve seen a lot of strong opinions (going both directions) on Facebook in response to a recent Huffington Post article. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that infants under the age of 2 have absolutely no exposure … [Read more...]