Simple Style: Toddler Capsule Wardrobe | Guest post by Kristin Moras| Minimalism

    You may have heard the term “capsule wardrobe” floating around a lot lately, especially if you are into minimalist fashion. For those of you unfamiliar with the trend, it’s essentially making a commitment to owning only enough clothing to fit into a small box (yikes! But bear with me). Many people, myself included, are […]

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Why Markers are the Devil | Finding the perfect art supplies for toddlers

Markers are the devil. Yeah sure they seem like a good idea, gets the kids coloring and showing their artistic side thus increasing their coordination, identifying colors, grip control, motor skills, and later learning to focus and the initial introduction of boundaries of formal writing techniques (i.e. staying inside the lines), but dear Lord why […]

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My Truth Tuesday: The baby blues |New series| Mental Heath 

Something I don’t discuss much here on the blog is depression and motherhood. It’s such an important topic that I think many people fear will have them looked at differently, and to be quite honest, people might. It took me dealing with a spout of depression and anxiety taking over the past couple weeks, for […]

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The day I hit my child…

I was always the person that said I would never spank my children. I was never spanked as a child, and I only saw the flaws in the act. When I was pregnant with my first I bought a book entitled **“The Case Against Spanking: How to Discipline Your Child Without Hitting.” It discussed everything […]

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Birthdays before VS after kids 

It is my husbands birthday today and in honor of such I thought I’d do a blog post regarding birthdays as adults, to make it more fun I figured we’d compare a birthday with kids versus birthdays before kids! Please comment below with anything you can think of that has changed on your birthdays since […]

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The art of giving | Teaching kids to give | The meaning of Christmas 

Since it is the holiday season I wanted to start teaching my kids that giving to other people that are less fortunate is important. The best way to do this for us was to go through there playroom and all their toys and find things that were gently used and put them in a bag […]

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