How to Minimize Diaper Rash for a Happy and Healthy Baby

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Huggies, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #KrogerLittleSnugglers http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV Imagine this: you’ve been so busy all day you have all but forgotten to change your 16 month old’s diaper. By the time you wrangle him, put him… Keep reading →

Our Simple Summer Meal Plan {Free Printable}

I enjoy meal planning, but it could take me several hours each week if I let it. And with two and a half kids, that’s just not an option. So I have to simplify. I also really love to cook, but I have zero desire to spend more time in the kitchen than I need… Keep reading →

How to Create Your Own Birth Announcements to Save Money

Just as you bring your tiny bundle of joy home from the hospital, you might remember that you still have to get newborn pictures taken as well as find the perfect birth announcement to share the wonderful news with everyone. And neither of those expenses are cheap. Even with a coupon from one of the big… Keep reading →

I Cook with My Kids Even Though I’m Impatient

Just in the last few months, I’ve noticed something interesting start to happen each time I enter the kitchen that I didn’t necessarily initiate. My daughters follow me in there, curiousity getting the best of them, and they stick around to “help” me cook. © jackfrog – stock.adobe.com Now, you should know that I’ve always… Keep reading →

17 Meaningful and Affordable Gifts for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is so much more special to me now that I have two kids and one on the way. It’s a little sad that I didn’t pay much attention to it before then, but I think that’s the way it goes unless you are incredibly close with your mom. © rockvillephoto – stock.adobe.com My… Keep reading →

8 Amazing Solutions for Morning Sickness

When I got pregnant for the first time over 4 years ago, I was not ready for the sudden changes morning sickness brought to my life. I wish I had known then what I know now, since I just went through morning sickness for a third time. I had no idea that morning sickness could… Keep reading →

How I Felt with Antepartum Depression

I guess I better just cut to the chase. I’m expecting baby #3! The due date is in August, and we’re going to find out the gender in less than two weeks. Most people tell me we’re having another girl, but I really think we’re having a boy this time. While most of my mamahood… Keep reading →

Eating in Season: Spring Edition

I’ll tell you what. I have been looking forward to spring for one reason, and one reason only: all the fresh, springy produce available to eat! © zoryanchik / Dollar Photo Club It seems as though winter is left with far fewer delicious fruits and veggies than any other season, and spring is a great… Keep reading →

The 10 Pantry Staples that Keep Our Grocery Budget below $300 a month

The first few years of our marriage, I was all over the place with our meal plans. There were a few meals I would make over and over again because my husband loved them, but I loved exploring the kitchen and learning how to cook. So most nights, I was cooking something we had never had before…. Keep reading →

Road Trippin’ with a 1 Year Old

Traveling – especially road trippin’ – with a 1 year old can be tons of fun, but it can also take a turn for the worst if you don’t prepare for it properly. We took our first family road trip with our oldest daughter when she was one and we had one baby on the… Keep reading →