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In the south, we have really hot summers. And hot summers means we need to stay hydrated. Which can be hard to do sometimes. Especially when you are chasing your toddler around with a baby on your other hip. Or being sleep deprived and grabbing a cup of coffee or two. When I had my
Marriage can be tough. Especially in the busy season of small children. As a stay-at-home mom of two children under two years old my attention goes to my children all day and sometimes a good part of my night. Also with breastfeeding, it can be easy to feel touched out. Related: How To Actually Find Joy
I am a meal planner. It works best for me with having two children two years and younger. I can’t just up and go to the grocery store daily to get food to cook. Well, I guess I could but I am not. And honestly, my mom brain doesn’t allow me to try and figure
I know how it feels to always wait for the next thing to bring you happiness. As soon as you get the body you want you will be happy. As soon as you move into your dream home you will be happy. Or even thinking when you get your dream job you will be happy.
Do you ever set a goal to get healthier and after a couple of days you are over it and just give up? Quitting on all your favorite foods and drinks leaves you thinking that the healthy lifestyle is not for you. You order a huge pizza and call it a day. Trying to live
In our world today, I feel like the word ‘homemaker’ is looked at negatively. As mothers, if we are homemakers, we are automatically bound to our homes and have no business having other goals. Which is not true. Homemaker is a neat word and though it is not often used I feel like it explains
When we make goals in life we usually have good intentions. We want to do better, be better or accomplish something. Then we get overwhelmed by this big goal and give up. But why wouldn’t we? We throw this new thing in our lives and expect it to easily be part of our everyday routine.
Motherhood is full of doing and doing. Being a mother is such a blessing but it is also tiring. Unloading the dishwasher for the millionth time. Cooking over and over again while also fighting your toddler to eat. Then there are your husbands’ clothes on the floor again just a few feet away from the
I remember being pregnant with my daughter and searching daily on Pinterest for lists of the must-have baby essentials. Not knowing what I needed and was worried I would forget something (like the store wasn’t right down the road). But I just wanted a basic must-have list of what I needed. As a newly pregnant