While I do miss work dearly, I am trying to embrace a more "simpler" lifestyle.We've been doing more outdoor activities with the kids such as going to different state parks for swimming and hiking.Now that they are a bit older, they can manage walking longer distances.On one hike, my two "oldest" lasted over an hour.It … Continue reading Exploring Nature.
We've been spending a lot of time at that local "field." I honestly don't know we haven't before.It's only a two minute drive away. There's a pond, a soccer area and picnic benches. We've had meals there, played with kites and even just thrown rocks into the pond.They have a small "beach" area, that is … Continue reading Enjoying Simple Things.
If you missed part one of this post, click HERE. It has been one week of me taking the kid's toys away. My oldest is still playing with her dress up box and hasn't asked for anything else. My youngest plays mostly with her "bedtime" stuffed animals and my son is still playing with his … Continue reading I Took My Kids’ Toys Away [And Gave Some Back]: Part II
I decided to bring a kids edition of "things I currently can't lived without" for y'all. For those newer readers I have an almost five year old girl (August) and two and a half year old boy/ girl twins.For this post, I am sharing five things "I currently can't live without" for my kids. KiwiCo … Continue reading Things I Currently Can’t Live Without; Kids Edition.
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.
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]
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.
A warm thank you to all those who messaged me in regards to my last post. It amazes me how many other women are/ were going through the same thing that I am. It's easier to stay quiet and just "settle" because it may seem that's what society tells us to do. Society tells us … Continue reading Worth.
This weekended we enjoyed the last day of the farm being open.The weather was absolutely perfect, but I honestly wish I had went more times.There's always next year to make up for it. 😉 When we went to the farm in May, only Ally was interested in feeding the animals. Now towards the end of … Continue reading Fall Activities For Toddlers.
Lately, I've been having such smooth flowing mornings.Once school started for my preschooler, I wanted to nail down a calm, yet productive morning routine. This routine is just a jist of what usually happens on my "full" solo days with the kids. Wake up times can vary (especially depending on nap times the day before) … Continue reading My Morning Routine [w/ 3 Kids]