Though the timing of a summer birthday party for kids can be a bit tricky, the summer season offers endless opportunities for simple outdoor parties and celebrations.
Like most people, Memorial Day traditionally marks the start of summer to me. I think of cookouts and watermelon and swim time. But each year, I try to take a few minutes to reflect on the real meaning of the holiday.
If—like me—part of your job description includes school chauffeur, lunch maker and homework helper, then I think we can all breathe a little sigh of relief that school is out and summer break is finally here.
Though I read daily, the amount I read per day varies—often depending on whether I have first-trimester fatigue or am in the newborn trenches. But here is a list of my “recent reads” from the past 18 months.
Now that I’ve been a social media manager for more than a year, I thought I’d share my advice for those who are newbies and just getting their feet wet.
I love reading product, recipe, book and even activity recommendations from other bloggers, so I thought I’d take a stab at listing my raves and faves periodically.
Pregnancy cravings are real–and us pregnant women will stop at nothing to get our fix. Luckily, I found a healthier alternative to my soda craving.
It’s official: I’ve hit the third trimester. Find out about my 28-week appointment (with lots of testing) as well as how I’m feeling and how my workouts have changed.
To get my feet wet and learn about hydroponics, I purchased a complete aeroponic system for growing hydroponic crops, which grew lettuce fast and effortlessly.
Here is my teacher gift idea board for teachers of all ages, priced from $15 to $30. I like to think of it as classic, albeit a bit southern.