It’s raining. The weather is miserable. You need to wait for the cable man. It’s time to find some indoor activities with a toddler before you all lose your mind. Let’s be honest. The thought of being cooped up indoors with no place to escape to is hard. Coming up with a bunch of ideas to fill an entire day can be a monumental task. Toddlers are hard, man. If
I decided about a month ago I wanted my son, Orion, to be an astronaut. He’s not old enough yet to tell me what he wants to be, which is nice for now. Along with his astronaut costume, I really wanted to do a DIY spacecraft he’d be able to use as he grew. I love Halloween. I worry I will go all out for each Halloween for my kids.
Fall means crafting season is upon us. I do way more crafts in the fall leading up to Christmas than I do at any other time in the year. Does anyone else get like that? Like once the weather hits 70 degrees, I’m searching for my knitting needles, crafting scissors, and heading to the store to buy more supplies to add new decorations to the home. This year’s Halloween craft
My son is nearly 18 months old and finding some me time has been a struggle for, oh, 18 months. Between working full time, being a mom, caring for the house, and being a wife, I often forget about me and doing things I enjoy. Sometimes I even forget that I enjoy things. Sometimes I feel like I’m on auto-pilot. Just going through the motions from sun up to sun
My son is now sixteen months old and he is starting to test his boundaries with us. I knew parenting was hard and I know this toddler phase will only get harder as he grows and learns to talk more. I am taking the steps now while he’s still a bit young to become a more patient mom. Becoming a more patient mom to my toddler will be beneficial