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New Parenting Territory

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Huggies® Little Movers. All opinions are 100% mine. When I found out I was pregnant with baby number 3, it was hard to imagine what little combination of my husband and I would appear. Who would this person be? How would they fit into […]

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What I Didn’t Expect

I have three kids Hudson, Eleanor and Quinn (1, 3, 5). For almost six years my life has revolved around them. I have spent my days at the park, the zoo, gymnastics, story time, etc. I’ve had morning after morning of snuggles. Hours and hours spent watching my children learn, grow, work together and love each […]

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DIY Trick-or-Treat Halloween Tote

I’m participating in the #DesignSpaceStar competition. Creations are my own original artwork. Affiliate links are included. Creating a tote has to be one of my favorite ways to use my Cricut Explore™. You can get totes at the craft store for dirt cheap and use them for a million things. I have been creating printables for […]

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Creating With Your Children’s Work

I first shared Quinn’s tshirt with his handwriting on the blog a bit back. Today, as part of the #DesignSpaceStar competition, I’m going to share how you can get your child’s handwriting on your own creation. My team is working on fall projects and this shirt seems like the perfect Cricut project to kick off back-to-school. […]

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That Time I Gave Parenting Advice on the Internet

Lately it seems my personal Facebook feed is blowing up with parents desperate for solutions and advice to various parenting woes. Conversations with friends have revolved around the kids and as we head into summer, I’m sure a lot of parents are beginning to brace themselves. I have spent my entire life working with children. […]

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A Frozen Birthday Party

Eleanor, along with every other child, is obsessed with Frozen. She knows every word to every song. The soundtrack is on repeat in our car. She also knows every hand gesture, hair flip and stomp of the Let it Go scene. Elsa is her favorite, because “she has the powers”. Like every other soon to […]

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How To Reuse Party Decor

I love decorating for shin-digs. The problem is, I often find myself wondering what to do with it all when the party is over. We just recently celebrated Hudson’s first birthday. See what I did there? The robots that were garland are now specimen art. The tissue paper tassel garland is now hanging above the […]

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Simple Entertainment

This winter is getting long. We are heading into March and the week’s forecast still has us well below freezing. Everything is covered in ice and the snow is knee deep or higher everywhere. I made this little number years ago and just pulled it back out recently. Yes, wings are required attire. It is […]

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A DIY Shirt With a Special Touch

I am so excited about this project. As soon as I finished I texted a picture to my mom and my friend and anyone who would listen. Now let me start by saying how blessed I was to invited out to Utah to meet the fine people at Cricut and get a sneak peek at […]

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Valentine’s Day Emergency Kit

In the morning, one of the first things I do is check my phone. Emails, Instagram, Facebook, etc. If you are like me, your feed was blowing up with breakfast in bed, heart shaped pancakes, flowers, chocolate, gifts and fancy decorated spaces. Shoot. We are hanging out in PJ’s and a disaster and I’m feeling […]