Printable valentines are great practice for school-age kids to work on signing their names. These sweet woodland printables are FREE for anyone to use! Being … Read more
I loved Valentine’s Day as a kid. My class would make little mailboxes and give out valentines. My sister and I spent hours slaving over our cute handmade hearts and glittery envelopes. It was awesome – because we’re girls. I don’t quite understand why, but I’ve been told that boy valentines aren’t quite as exciting.
Nate and I aren’t particularly big on the sappiest holiday of the year, but these manly Valentine’s are impossible to resist. If you’re like us … Read more
Here’s another project that the big kid brought home from preschool the other day: a handprint calendar. I’ll admit, my eyes got a little misty … Read more
Want a little peek at what Dad’s Day usually looks like around here? We honestly don’t go over the top with presents and activities, since Nate works almost every holiday. We keep it simple and sweet with some DIY activities or a Father’s Day printable that we pair with a gift he’s guaranteed to love.
I was the first of my friends to have kids. I’ve been blessed to develop an incredibly large and supportive group of fellow moms since then, but I’ll never forget those isolating initial weeks. It was me, a baby, and absolutely NO CLUE what I was doing. I ended up leaning on two women in particular during those early days of motherhood when I needed a gut check, a hand, or just an ear to listen when the little guy refused to sleep at 3am. Nate’s mom and grandma (Oma and Nana) were the original members of my mom tribe, and I try to find ways to thank them every year around Mother’s Day.
This post is sponsored by Welch’s® Fruit Snacks. I am being compensated for this post. All comments and opinions are my own. Our oldest dude … Read more