It's been over a week since I last posted. There has been so much going on in the world, it caused me to reflect on all the discrimination I have faced since going to college in a predominantly white area and moving to New England. I started spiraling into a bit of depression. I went … Continue reading Thoughts.
We got a new table and chair set after a couple of chairs had broken from our kitchen set. It was from Pat's grandmother and I believe it was almost 50 years old. It's definitely served it's purpose. During quarantine, the kitchen table had become the hot spot for a million activities, including homeschooling.It was … Continue reading New Addition.
I have to admit while I was finding my groove before with being at home, for some reason I have fallen off this weekend [and the past few days]. I just haven't had the motivation at night to work on my [entire] night routine. Instead, I've been focusing on making to-do lists first thing in … Continue reading Weekend Recap.
A few weeks ago, I shared eight things I currently cannot live without. Of course, it's all dramatics. I CAN live without this things, but they are making quarantine feel a bit easier. Here are six more things I currently cannot live without! Atlas Bars. My mom actually introduced me to this bar when she … Continue reading SIX MORE Things I Currently Cannot Live Without.
Thursday was a rough day. I went to a particular grocery store for the first time in three weeks and I just felt massive anxiety come over me. People were being rude, watching your every move. It just felt so odd. Walmart is the only place I can go in "peace." I go once a … Continue reading Anxiety.
This year's Easter baskets I kept more simple. I've had to use some stickers and treats sooner with during "social distancing." I've also given the kiddos their Easter pajamas early. These Anna dresses I spotted at Walmart over a month ago for only $3 from $16.00 a piece.Harry's pj's were $3.00 as well but they … Continue reading Easter Baskets [4.5 & 2 Year Olds]
This post is going to be an "extension" from my previous post. Today, I am sharing my current favorite products, foods and such that have helped me stay "sane" during quarantine. Some of these may be repeats from previous posts, but they are worth a second mention. Without further ado, here are eight things I … Continue reading 8 Things I Currently Can’t Live Without.
I can't believe my kiddos haven't been "anywhere" since March 13th. I'm not sure how I survived this long to be honest. The first week was the hardest, but as time goes on, it gets a bit "easier.' Today I am sharing with y'all seven things I've been doing to stay sane during these unknown … Continue reading Seven Things I’m Doing To Stay Sane.
This is rough for me, not going to lie. I am used to only having four full days with the kids, not six. Usually if they start to get stir crazy, that's when I get out of the house with them. Clearly that is not an option.I'll be honest, I was worried how this would … Continue reading How We Are Doing On Our “Staycation.”
There are many posts, YouTube videos and such on what families have been doing to stock up for our nation's COVID-19 outbreak and state of "social distancing." I wanted to share what our family decided to stock up on. I already had a 72-Hour Emergency Kit prepped in case of a power outage. I followed … Continue reading Stocking Up.