A Season of Life

I throw that phrase around a lot “it’s just a season of life” it won’t be like this forever. Something I frequently tell myself when I feel held back or frustrated that I can’t have everything I want right when I want it. My first full year as a SAHM is almost coming to aContinue reading “A Season of Life”

How to Make Homemade Easter Egg Dye

This post contains affiliate links- please see our disclaimers page While we are all in “quarantine and chill” mode what better way to kick off Easter than a DIY activity while we are all…you guessed it, HOME! Do not spend time around crowds rushing to the stores for materials to dye Easter Eggs. I am 99.9% sureContinue reading “How to Make Homemade Easter Egg Dye”

What does a SAHM really do all day?

I have to be super honest that before I became a SAHM (stay at home mom) I had 0 insight to what they do all day. I always thought they had it made. SIGN ME UP for netflix and playin with babies all day! A reality check was in store for me… I did notContinue reading “What does a SAHM really do all day?”

Montesorri Inspired Toys for Toddlers

This post contains affiliate links to products we use and love Any other moms tired of the crazy amount of loud light up toys for their kids?? They do not keep my daughter’s attention for more than a minute or two and I felt like she wasn’t actually learning how to engage in play. MyContinue reading “Montesorri Inspired Toys for Toddlers”

Some Misconceptions I had About Becoming a SAHM

This stay at home mom gig has been the hardest job i’ve ever done…and this is coming from someone who has taught 31 first graders (yes, really 31). 1. That I would be bored My days fly by trying to keep a 2 year old entertained. Just trying to get everything packed up to getContinue reading “Some Misconceptions I had About Becoming a SAHM”

Rice bins are what nightmares are made of…

From budgets to sensory bins….I told you this was truly a “catch-all” of my random life. I’m desperately trying to be the mom who fosters independent play and exploration but slight wrench in my plans…I’m a mega control freak. The teacher in me needs order and structure, even though I know ALL the benefits ofContinue reading “Rice bins are what nightmares are made of…”