This post contains affiliate links, but the opinions are completely my own. I think we need to stop sending e-vites. Here's why. Several months ago, I pulled a huge pile of mail out of our mailbox and plopped it on the kitchen counter. This adorable pink envelope was peaking out from the mountain of catalogs, … Continue reading The Most Perfect Invitations for Your Most Important Events
**Thank you to all the parents who shared their lives with me this week! I appreciate you!** Our Best: I asked my daughter what she wanted to do for her birthday and she said, “Can we go to dinner with Mimi and Papa? Please, please?” Um yeah. Easiest birthday party ever. I ate (almost) an … Continue reading Our Best & Worst Parenting Moments (Part 7)
I used to laugh when people would ask me if I'd heard some new podcast. I guess I laughed because I had two really big misconceptions, which I'm learning wasn't really fair for the podcasts. They just want to make people happy. But this is what I thought: Regular podcast-listening is for cool, hip millennials. … Continue reading 10 Podcasts You Need in Your Life Right Now
This is quickly becoming my favorite part of the week. And as always, THANK YOU to everyone who shares and keeps the fun going. This weekly series would be nothing without you. XOXO! Our Best: I was getting the baby ready for bed, and my 4 year old son came in and said, “Mommy, can … Continue reading Our Best & Worst Parenting Moments (Part 6)
I hate you, Mom Guilt. I hate that you creep up and tell me that I'm not doing a good job. I hate that you make me look at other moms and compare myself to them, only to decide that they're better than me. I hate that you tend to be best friends with my … Continue reading I Hate You, Mom Guilt.
I hated packing bags for the hospital. Absolutely hated it. Well, really, I just hate packing bags of any kind, but there's something about packing a bag FOR A BABY that makes it feel so much more intense, especially the first time around. Probably because having a baby is a pretty big deal, and having … Continue reading Hospital Bag: Baby #1 vs. Baby #2