Can you believe that fall is literally only a month or so away. Maybe, my math could easily be off. The summer around here has been incredibly mild, so I don’t find myself hoping for fall to get here as quickly. I am, however, planning several different activities for this fall. Let’s face it, there… [Read More...]
If you’re a parent, then you know what it’s like to have your child throw a tantrum. Most often times, tantrums happen at the most inconvenient times. As a parent, I can say that my first instinct is to want to run sometimes, however, I should probably stick around to deal with the tantrum. Here… [Read More...]
This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and igottadrive.com. I was compensated for my participation in this campaign, but all opinions are 100% mine. Last year, my oldest son started using an online school for homeschooling. It’s worked really well for him, so when it came time for him to start a Driver’s Ed program,… [Read More...]
Thank you to General Mills for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring us to bring the family together for a movie night! With a 6 year old, a tween & a teen, it’s hard finding a movie that everyone agrees on for Family Movie Night. But, when we do find a movie, we always have so… [Read More...]
Summer’s here, and so is the brain drain! Turn off that television, and get outside to have some fun – but don’t forget to learn something in the process! These tips will help make summer educational and fun. Use every day as a learning experience. Whether you’re heading to the zoo or the movies, there’s… [Read More...]
Sometimes going out to eat with a family of 5 isn’t all that enjoyable. You have to get ready to go, find a place that everyone agrees on, get to the restaurant, wait for a table, wait to order, wait for your food, wait for the check to come…you get the point. We’ve recently found a couple shortcuts at one of our favorite restaurants and I can’t wait to share them with you.
Kids are extraordinary every day. It’s not just the big momentous occasions, like graduating from elementary school, or the huge milestones, like learning to walk on their own. Every day, our kids do things that make them extraordinary. That’s my son Ryan in the picture above. He’s 6 years old and just finished kindergarten. When Ryan… [Read More...]