I’m that Pinterest mom. I spend months scouring the inter webs for a good theme and pin all the ideas.
Then, I spend each weekend leading up to the party tackling one or two crafts and spending way too much on Amazon Prime.
The result? I get a much needed creative release and my kid’s parties turn out pretty darn cute if I do say so myself. I love doing this even though I realize it’s a bit over the top at times.
Cooler temperatures are on the way, and another Stitch Fix has arrived. This time, my daughter decided to drop in to help reveal the latest fall fashions.
Did we love it? You’ll have to watch to find out.
We do our best to keep our kids active and entertained, which usually includes lots of book reading, doll playing and — gulp — PJ Masks on the iPad. I’m sorry. There’s only so much Disney Junior I can take.
Thankfully we live in a neighborhood with a ton of kids Brooke’s age and they all play together as well as any group of toddlers can be expected to play together. For Brooke’s birthday, she got a “Stepping Stone kit like this one that turned out to be
Hey there! Spoiler alert! I’m loving my box this month, but want your opinions stat so I can make an informed decision on what to keep and/or send back. So have a watch and let me know what you think.
A new box arrived on my doorstep today!
I can’t believe this is my TENTH fix. For working moms who don’t have time (correction: don’t make the time) to go leisure shopping for stylish work clothes, you will love Stitch Fix.
If nothing else, it’s just fun to receive a package of surprise goodies that you have zero obligation to keep… unless you get a few things you can’t give back! Lol.
The boxes may not always be wins, but I do always love receiving items I wouldn’t necessarily pick out myself.
If you watched my last unboxing video — SPOILER ALERT
Not too long ago, we were at a neighbor’s house and I hear a song coming from the bathroom.
A minute later and my daughter comes running and yelling how she washed her hands “all by myself.”
Brooke and I have a tendency to make up songs about doing everyday things. Most of them are flat out weird, but they do make us laugh.
Here’s one of our favorites that helped her during potty training: