Happy Monday! Today is the first day of school here and we are 100% virtual. It's a strange start to the school year, but one I honestly don't mind a bit. I have loved having the family all together over the last few months, despite it being challenging at times! I was homeschooled my K-12, so learning at home is no new idea to me. As I set ... View the Post
5 Tips for Completing Whole30 with Kids
Welcome to another week of January Whole30! Doing this along with Heather at My Life Well Loved, Jessica at Happily Hughes, and Lindsey at Life Lutzurious has made it so much easier to stay motivated! Make sure you join our Whole30 Facebook Group HERE and tag us in all your Whole30 posts on social media! Today is all for the parents. One ... View the Post
Child Led Meal Planning
When I asked the boys to come up with some summer goals, Cooper told me he challenges me to 2 weeks of not cooking chicken. He's been complaining every night I make chicken, which is usually 3-4 times a week. It's my protein of choice, as well as The Hubs, but apparently not Coopers! I was getting frustrated at every complaint and rolled my eyes ... View the Post
Cookies for Santa, DIY Santa Plate & $300 CASH giveaway!
Today is all about a fun treat for Santa, as well as a DIY plate to serve him his goodies on! I'm teaming up with a bunch of my blogger friends to share great tips for Christmas! And because we're all so grateful for y'all, we're giving away $300 CASH for you to spend. Preferably on yourself. So once you get down to the ... View the Post
DIY: Playroom Art Display
You know what happens when North Carolina gets snow that keeps you in the house for 3 days? You get crafty. And you must involve the children that are off from school and happen to be bouncing off the walls. I had this project in mind after getting inspired from a picture on Pinterest, so I had all the pieces. You'll need: A ruler (I used 1 ... View the Post
You May Say I’m a Dreamer.
After Cooper started Kindergarten this year, he started asking us questions about how long he has to go to school. We worked our way through elementary, middle and high school, then attempted to explain college. We were telling him how "regular" school teaches you everything you need to know to be a grown up (haha, sort of!) then how in college, ... View the Post