There's a pandemic going on right now. It's scary. Our kids are so innocent and they really have no idea what's going on, nor should they. Our job is to keep them busy, educated, and entertained while quarantined! You may or may not be quarantining yourself, but schools are closing all around the country. I… Continue reading 10 Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy!
Britax B-Lively Double Stroller Review
I have searched high and low for a good double stroller for my littles. I have tried front and back strollers, umbrella strollers, and a side by side jogger. I reached out to Britax in hopes of collaborating because I've heard nothing but amazing things about their strollers. They sent me the Britax B-Lively Double… Continue reading Britax B-Lively Double Stroller Review
Litter Robot-Never Scoop Litter Again!
I have found something that I seriously thought was too good to be true...it's called a litter robot. It's a litter box that literally does ALL of the work for you. I knew when I got a kitten I'd have to deal with the litter box (which I dreaded) so when Litter Robot sent me this… Continue reading Litter Robot-Never Scoop Litter Again!
Easter Baskets for Toddlers
Easter is coming up and I have made a point to be on my game this year! I'm usually flustering around trying to figure out what I'm going to be getting for the kids. I end up at Target and spend way too much on candy and random toys. This year, I did some more… Continue reading Easter Baskets for Toddlers
Our Disney World Experience
Disney World was a place I've always dreamed of taking my kids to. I never thought I could afford it because it is so expensive, especially if you really want to experience the perks and extra stuff they offer. I'm going to sum up each day we spent at the parks with my pros and… Continue reading Our Disney World Experience
no stress potty training
I'm going to start with this...Do. Not. Rush. It. Also, what works for one child may not work for others. Many children are not developmentally ready to begin potty training until the age of 2. Their brains have a hard time identifying when they need to go potty until they are actually going. This is… Continue reading no stress potty training
Favorite Books of November
As a mom of a preschooler (age 3) and a toddler (age 1), I'm always looking for engaging and age-appropriate books for them, as well as book subscriptions that get them excited about reading! My daughter, Bailey has a hard time sitting through a long book. I've tried to read Stellaluna, The Giving Tree, The… Continue reading Favorite Books of November
Nuby Cup Review
Finding a good kid's cup is a true battle. They throw them on the floor, drop them, leave them upside down in the car, resulting in such a mess. I have tried probably all of the cups out there and I have finally found one that DOESN'T leak. I am not making this up. Even… Continue reading Nuby Cup Review
Easy Recipe for Kids
Bailey loves cooking and sometimes I just don't want to take out every ingredient in the kitchen and do an enormous amount of dishes. So I was browsing through Bailey's cookbook (yes, she has a Disney Princess cookbook) courtesy of her Mimi, and she pointed out a recipe! It was the "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo Wands!"… Continue reading Easy Recipe for Kids
How I save money on clothes
I cannot believe how fast my kids grow out of clothes. I've always been a bargain shopper, but lately it's been extreme because I've had to buy so many! There are a few things I do when shopping for clothes or shoes, whether it's in the store or online. Ebates: This is a website which… Continue reading How I save money on clothes