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Pom Pom Bird Craft

Add some bright colors to a room with these cute and silly pom pom birds from Michelle of MollyMoo! Don’t you think this is a perfect craft for you and your little ones to do together? Make one, two, or a… Continue Reading →

13 Tricks for an April Fool’s Day Treat

Do you get tricked on April Fool’s Day or do you do the tricking? Either way, I’ve rounded up 13 tricks for an April Fool’s Day treats! These are silly, funny, and everyone involved will love it! 1. A Mashed… Continue Reading →

3 Small Changes for a Big Impact

Whether or not you’ve been a stickler for your Resolutions, have already fallen off the band wagon or are holding out to kick them off in February, I’ve found three little changes that can make a HUGE impact for your… Continue Reading →

Tis’ the Season for Savasana

The hustle and bustle of the season is in full effect! At this time of year, it seems especially odd to think of raising kids in a time when parents worried about children “getting enough stimulation.” With a two year old… Continue Reading →

5 Things I’m Thankful For This Holiday Season

I have a lot of things to be thankful for during this Thanksgiving holiday and I’d love to share a few of them with you. 1. My fun little family. A darling mom, and random stranger, took this photo of… Continue Reading →

Yoga A-Go-Go

Namaste friends! I’ve been basking in post-yoga sweet-savasana-bliss since the weekend. Hubs and I celebrated a belated Valentines “date” Saturday night with an AcroYoga and Thai Massage Couples Workshop: talk about a perfect heart-opening experience! For our family, February is… Continue Reading →

Costuming with a Conscience

We are just a few weeks out from “Decision 2012.” And with my plug last month for making sure you’re registered to vote, you may think I’ve still got the Election in my frontal lobe – and tis true, tis… Continue Reading →

Super Tuesday is Coming!

Growing up I thought Labor Day meant we got one last break from our labors at school to have a BBQ. My Grandmother also pointed out it was the ushering in of a moratorium on white pants. (Thank you “Glamour”… Continue Reading →

Greener Because of Grandma

I consider my grandparents the “O.G’s” of environmentalism. Just to be clear, that’s “Original Green.” The current battle-cry/sustainable-speak of “Reduce – Reuse – Recycle” was merely a way of life for those who lived through world wars and the Great… Continue Reading →

Bringing in Holiday Cheer with Decorating and Traditions

It’s that time of year… the holidays are here! The turkey has been cooked, eaten, and made into leftovers for sandwiches. It’s now time to start spreading the holiday cheer. And what better way to do it than decorating the… Continue Reading →

Milestone Birthday Countdown

It’s birthday season around my house.  In between the poopie diapers, bills, and laundry, I’ve got birthdays on what’s left of my mind:  What to do for the party?  Should I make a fancy or lazy cake?  What gifts should… Continue Reading →

Back From the Beach

We’re back from the beach, but still cleaning out sand from our ears. That stuff creeps into everything and we’ll be finding sand in places 6 months from now. We had a great time away getting some much needed r&r…. Continue Reading →

Memory Quilt

As I have been quilting quite a bit lately, a new idea came to my mind a few months back. A Memory Quilt for my Mom and Dad’s anniversary. It turned out better than I expected and packed full of… Continue Reading →

Toddler Mascara Mishap

I was positive my little girl was playing in her room, when I realized it had been quiet for too long. I called out her name, and no response. I think she knew she was in trouble and didn’t respond…. Continue Reading →

Family Easter Past

Once my son figured out that there was candy inside the eggs, he just started eating from the first one he found, not caring that the other kids were grabbing up all the rest of the eggs. Getting older, he… Continue Reading →

My Little Bear’s Big Day

Happy Birthday to my sweet little Bear, who turned 5 years old. This year he asked to eat at Red Lobster. He loves that it has live lobsters. He didn’t even cringe when he picked his lobster out and knew… Continue Reading →

My Mom’s Big Day

I wonder if any of you have a mother like mine. The kind that video taped all, I mean all, of your gymnastics meets, dance recitals, and drill team competitions. The kind that you can go to when you are… Continue Reading →

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