shopping guide

An Asshole’s Guide to Baby Gifts

We all know those people who have a big opinion on how they will raise their children when they have them. It's something like "I would never let my child have chocolate." My children won't ever have tantrums in public." Or my personal favorite "My kids will always listen." As parents, we all know this… Continue reading An Asshole’s Guide to Baby Gifts

Crafts

Quick, Easy, Activity Your Kids Will Love

Day 60. We are all at our wits end with these stay-at-home orders. Thankfully, they are slowly lifting but we don't know it's safe yet. Or if we want to leave our homes. I bought so many crafts, kits, and games before this began. And yet I am still running out of things to do… Continue reading Quick, Easy, Activity Your Kids Will Love

Crafts, Holiday

Mother’s Day Craft

Since Dylan was born, I have been trying my best to do memorable inexpensive gifts for family and close friends. Time goes so quickly. It will be nice to look back to see how tiny Dylan and Tabitha's hands and feet are through these fun gifts we have made together. While figuring out my next… Continue reading Mother’s Day Craft

Blog

Teacher Appreciation Quarantine Ideas

Teacher Appreciation Week is May 4 - 8th. Even though we are homeschooling, Teachers deserve all the thank you's and appreciation, as they always do. We all see how hard they work now that we have become homeschooling "teachers." Let's celebrate them the way they deserve. Only Need an Email: Electronic Gift Card-- Send an… Continue reading Teacher Appreciation Quarantine Ideas

mom life

Joys of Quarantine

At this point, many of us have been in quarantine at least 30 days if not longer. Some days, I know I am feeling the strain, the stress, the walls closing-in, the need to get out . . . Some days it's impossible to find the good in the situation. But some days, the good… Continue reading Joys of Quarantine

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63 Ways Keep Your Child Sane During Quarantine

With 92% of the United States under stay-at-home order, no one will be leaving their home for for the foreseeable future. I gathered a list of  the most exciting, fun, entertaining things I have been doing to keep my kids and entire family busy. Creative Activities-- A Tea Party with Real Treats and Tea. Sit… Continue reading 63 Ways Keep Your Child Sane During Quarantine

mom life

Homebound Spring Break Ideas

Covid-19 is putting a real damper on Spring Break this year. I compiled ten special stay-at-home ideas to make this Spring Break extra spacial while helping maintaining your sanity. Tent Camp in Your Backyard: BBQ, make smores,  pitch tents, star gaze, enjoy the outdoors and most important . . . use your own bathrooms. Explore… Continue reading Homebound Spring Break Ideas

Letdowns

Easy April Fool’s Jokes – Including pranks to do when you are working remote

With the craziness of Coronavirus on everyone's mind, I am sure no one is thinking about April Fools, but this would be the perfect way to spend the day in self-quarantine.   April Fool's Day . . . a fun, harmless day of pranks. I compiled a list of April Fool's to play on your kids,… Continue reading Easy April Fool’s Jokes – Including pranks to do when you are working remote

Letdowns

Coronavirus– Are you prepared?

Anyone getting nervous with everything going on with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) It's on everyone's mind and it should be. Here's what we know. . . Coronavirus has officially become a pandemic as of today. It's spreading at alarming rates. Like most, a few weeks or months ago I brushed this aside. I thought nothing of… Continue reading Coronavirus– Are you prepared?

Holiday

Five Kid-friendly St. Patrick’s Day Traditions

Bring a little magic to your home on March 17th for St. Patrick's Day! Five Kid-friendly St. Patrick's Day Traditions: Leave evidence a lucky leprechaun visited your home with green food dye in the toilet water, in the morning milk, the bottled water, etc.  Throw green confetti around your home to add to the fun!… Continue reading Five Kid-friendly St. Patrick’s Day Traditions