Teaching Your Kids About Thanksgiving

This post does contain affiliate links. Thanks for your support! I know I’ve been super MIA. But I’ve been exactly where I’ve been needed – loving on my sweet kiddos and hubby! It’s been a much needed break. I’m not sure what the future of this blog is, but I know I missed blogging. When […]

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A Finger-Friendly Approach to Solids: Baby-Led Weaning

This post does contain an affiliate link. When my older daughter was born, to be a “good” mom you had to make your own baby good. And being the frugal naturalist and “good” mom that I am, I jumped on that train! No preservatives and no extra money spent on jarred baby food. (Hope you […]

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Second Time Around Mommy Must-Have’s

This post contains affiliate links. It’s funny how with the second baby, I did a lot less prep. Sure, I had a lot of the gear I needed already, but there was also just less time to prepare since I was already chasing after a toddler. I did not have time to obsess over the […]

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Sleepless in Dallas: A Post on Teething

This post contains affiliate links. I won’t lie to you. It’s been a rough 48 hours. Adeline, 8 months, has a few teeth trying to come in at once. She has been sure to let me know the pain she has been experiencing, around the clock. Sunday night I don’t think she slept at all. […]

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7 Kid-Friendly Ways to Keep Jesus in Easter

This post does contain affiliate links. I’ve been surfing the web and Pinterest, trying to find some fun ideas for my family to keep with the spirit of Jesus this Easter! After all, Easter is the most important holiday for believers, even more than Christmas, in my opinion, so let’s not let Jesus get lost […]

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Life With Two Kids

Recently I asked on Facebook what y’all wanted to hear about, and I was tickled to hear from several of you that you actually wanted to know how life with two kids was going! I’ve been thinking about what to share with you. I thought I’d start with a glimpse of these last seven months. […]

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