This past weekend I posted about achieving life goals before having kids, and it ties into thoughts I've had recently (no, pretty much over the past nearly-four years since I became a mom) about my life Before Kids (B.K.) versus After Kids (A.K.). I know why I can't get as much done nowadays - we … Continue reading A Day In The Life – Before Kids and After Kids
This has been bugging me a lot over the last six months, and I need to sound it out. Please, can someone set me straight about the proper length of little girl dresses? You see, Toddler (3.5y ... wait, 3.75y already!) loves wearing dresses - so much so that she would wear a dress to … Continue reading Little Girl Dresses: Too Short … or Normal?
Does anyone like going grocery shopping? I mean, actually enjoy it? Umm, I kind of used to; I guess I like food, and I like cooking and finding new ingredients, so I've always liked more than disliked this chore (it's much better than cleaning toilets ... or ironing!). Until I had two children - now … Continue reading Why Going Grocery Shopping is THE WORST
Like most moms, I go to Target a lot. It seems we always need something there - toilet paper because we go through it so fast (since Toddler became potty trained, wow does it make a difference), someone's vitamins, tissues, coffee (I'm addicted to it, like most moms, and clearly I drink a lot of it), or … Continue reading Moms Love Target – Does It Love Us?
One of my favorite things to do when I get a baby shower invitation is peruse the parents' registry. After having two babies, I think I'm a pretty good judge of what you need and don't need to buy. I mean, to each their own, but a wipes warmer? Come on. But a cool mist … Continue reading Baby “Essentials”: Are They?