Survival Hacks for Moms With Littles

Survival Hacks For Moms With Little Kids

Who has littles at home? The days are long and the years are short. This is true, we know it’s true, but during those long days — even when we appreciate them — sometimes we need some time for some personal hygiene! Personally, showering is considered a luxury. With a 2-year-old and a 4-month-old, I’ve […]

On Peer Pressure

On peer pressure

Peer pressure is when one conform to the behaviors, attitudes, and personal habits of a group to fit in. Have you talked to your teens about falling for peer pressure to avoid becoming a victim of the mean girl group? It happens with boys as well, but I don’t have any real experience dealing with […]

Communicating With the Teens in Your Life

Communicating With the Teens in Your Life

Being a mother of teens can be tricky. Some days they are an open book, and other days they are tight as a clam. Figuring out the balance of getting them to open up is trial and error. One thing that I’ve found to help is letting them know that they have other adults in […]

Confidence in Teenagers

Confidence in Teenagers

Our teens are ready to take on the world! They are growing up right in front of our eyes. As a mom of two teenagers and one tween, I pay attention to their confidence. A child’s confidence may change as they become teens. They may struggle with self-doubt, body image, and so much more. Helping […]

Tips for Shopping for Kids’ Christmas Gifts

Tips for Shopping for Kids' Christmas Gifts

Do you have a set plan on how you shop for your kids each year? There’s a mantra that helps outline what to put on the list: Something they wantSomething they needSomething to wearSomething to read Fun and practical, right? It’s a saying I’ve followed since having kids! I start prepping early by making a […]

Momming is Hard, It’s ok To Say No!

Do you have a hard time saying no?!

Do you have a hard time saying no?! Somehow, in 2019, we’ve crossed into this threshold where Moms are expected to do EVERYTHING. Work, cook, clean, run errands, plan anything and everything the family will do, feed the pets, the list goes on and on. Then there are all these pushes about “self care” and […]