How important is your identity? What makes you YOU? What defines you? What are your interests, your hobbies, your passions? What lights a fire in your soul? If you had to define who you are and what you enjoy what would you say? I feel like you hit a wall somewhere in your 20s. Life … Continue reading The Importance of YOU
My daughter celebrated her first Easter at 6 months old. We decided, just like her Christmas stocking she really did not need much. We got her two soft Easter related books, jumbo soft eggs, markers and Uno cards (ok the cards were more for mom and dad, you caught me.) She is now 18 months … Continue reading 20 Easter Basket Filler Ideas for Baby
Background; My daughter was born late October. It was the happiest of times, but it was also the saddest of times. Although this is not easy to admit at the end of 2017, around November I was diagnosed with post partum depression. I did not feel myself, I felt alone in my own body. It … Continue reading Recap of my 2018 Resolutions
I LOVE matching with Ella. It all started one day when I took her to work with me. She was wearing teal onesie with white polka dots and I was wearing a red flannel. Our picture was taken and BOY DID WE CLASH ( can you tell I'm a little OCD ? ). So anyways, … Continue reading 3 Easy Tips for Mommy and Me Matching
I know, I know parent first, friend second. I most definitely follow that guideline, but on my own terms. There's so much time in a day. There is enough time to parent and there is plenty of time left over to love. I am not ashamed to admit that my daughter is my best friend. … Continue reading My Daughter is my Best Friend
Im 22 years old and the picture you just saw, Tyler and I in sweats, Ella freshly bathed, the three of us brushing our teeth, getting ready for bed so we can snuggle in and watch Moana for the third time today, that is what I call a fun Saturday night. We are absolutely content … Continue reading The Truth Behind Family Goals
I am diagnosed with anxiety & it does not make me a bad mother. Read why it doesn’t make you a bad mother either.