We currently live in the city limits, but I grew up in the county suburbs. I also have friends who live on land in the country and love it. In a nutshell, I can see the advantages of each option.
Despite our busy lives, it’s important to stay active to not only maintain our physical health but to help manage stress. Here are the exercise options I turn to when lack of sleep makes it difficult to stay active.
I’m a big believer in chores for kids. Chores teach children responsibility, stewardship and life skills, as well as show how we value our home, clothes, food and other property.
By the time we get to March each year, I feel like spring is just around the corner and typically sickness is behind us.
It’s estimated that roughly 90% of women will experience some level of postpartum hair loss. If you are in that majority, check out my tips for surviving it.
Whether your friend is having her second, third, fourth or more baby, here are some gift ideas for moms with multiple kids.
Earlier this year, I began writing out my to-do list to free up brain space. This allowed me to balance motherhood and wifery and community involvement and my freelancing gigs.
It’s hard to know how your child will handle tonsillectomy surgery. So far, I’ve had two kids with tonsils removed, so here are a few tips I learned along the way that may be helpful for other parents.
I love the New Year, but I have a tendency to dream big and over aim when it comes to goals. For 2019, I came up with several practical goals with a couple ambitious ones thrown into the mix.
2018 was quite the year—though I feel like I say that every single year. We kicked off the year with a pregnancy announcement about baby No. 4 and it’s been full steam ahead ever since.