Now that Christmas is behind us, it is time to focus on some New Year’s Resolutions for 2011. I started to write some of them down and then realized that they are the same ones that I have been making for years. I will lose 10 pounds and fit into my low-waist jeans without my mommy-muffin top flowing over the top. I will wake up each morning and brush my hair a thousand times … [Read more...] about Finding Realistic New Year’s Resolutions
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If you have a large Turkey and a large family get together, we suggest you give as much away to them in disposable cartons as you are comfortable doing. This gives them leftovers for sandwiches and snacks too! And don’t forget the sides! If you made too much food for your family to eat in a couple of days – realistically speaking – you should let your guest take some home … [Read more...] about Organize Your Thanksgiving Leftovers?
After reading "20 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Had Kids," I was inspired to share some wisdom of my own. So without further ado, here are ten things I learned as a new mom: 1. People Will Hate Your Kid’s Name There’s no way to win this one. Classic, retro, unique - someone is going to hate it. Choose a name you love. Even then, there’s still a good chance your kid … [Read more...] about 10 Things Nobody Will Tell You About Having A Baby
It's summer which means lazy days in the sun and lots of free time (which unfortunately tends to be lots of video games/tv watching). We found some cool products to help keep your kids occupied without staring at a screen. Meet Codi the Robot who has light up/color changing ears and antenna and plays a free library of over 200 stories and songs! For ages 12 … [Read more...] about Activities To Get Your Kids To Put Down Their Electronics
"Today's feminism isn't about women doing it all. It's about women NOT having to do it all." - Gloria Steinem I began buying into the myth of "doing it all" at an early age. In my 20s, I had my checklist life in mind: start a lucrative career right after college, meet someone and fall in love, get married by age 30, get my career to a successful enough point that I … [Read more...] about 10 Things Happy Moms Do Differently