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]
Summer is slowly coming to a close.School will begin "officially" for my preschooler on September 6th.While it's only two and a half hours of prek, it still means we have to get back into more of a weekly "routine."In the summer, I was pretty relaxed about meals and bedtime, but now it's time to get … Continue reading Enjoying The Moments.
The kids room I've found is an ongoing project...Some way, some how, it always gets messy or cluttered. We've been at our house for a little over a year and I think I've decluttered the kids room about 4, maybe 5 times.Every other room has been once or twice. Between playtime, holidays, birthdays and school … Continue reading Three Kids, One Bedroom [Summer 2019 Update]
Lately I've been feeling like some people may have false idea of what Minimalism is; that it's extreme or you need to have money to be a Minimalist. As stated by The Minimalists themselves: "Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important—so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and … Continue reading Things I No Longer Buy
I remember the days when I was just a college student; my grocery bill was under $40 a week. When the hubs and I had our first child, once she really started eating, our highest grocery bill was about $75 a week.On average, our grocery bill is currently $125-$150 for a family of five.Now there are … Continue reading Our Family’s Top 10 Food Staples + Grocery Haul!
Ever since I read A Minimalist Home, I have become more and more mindful of little things in my life. This October will make two years we have been living as a one car family. Financially, me being one month away from having the twins at the time, it was a no go and not needed. But … Continue reading Living Simply #MomLife