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Motherhood

My Little Dragon

One of my girls has been obsessed with How to Train Your Dragon. That is all she wants to watch. It can make it difficult to compromise on a movie, but it has been adorable to watch her passion grow. She runs around the living room, “flying” to the music.…

Family

Grow Your Relationships, Set Down Roots

How have your relationships changed since having children? I’ve found that becoming a mother has distanced me from some people and drawn me closer to others. I had no idea how my parenting style could impact someone else’s experience and vice versa, which can also alter our opinions of each…

Self-Care

5 Tips for Surviving the Terrible Twos

I have had a rough couple of days. Between nap skipping, toddler screeching, twin fighting, and baby teething, I’ve had a few moments where I thought I was going to lose my mind and some moments where I actually did. I don’t have an answer for how to end the…

Motherhood

Naptime: The end of an era

I think the twins are losing their nap, and I am not ready. Recently people have been asking me, “Are they still napping?” To which I reply, “This ends?? I still nap!” Well, I think the time is near. They’ve been fighting their naps for a while, and now they…

Marriage

Your Turn Will Come Papa

What’s the most annoying trait your kids have picked up from your spouse? Well the one that makes me want to rip my hair out right now is toilet paper. Who could have known that two sheets of Charmin could drive a mom insane? Let me back up. Recently, my…

Papa Posts

Keeping Parents Honest

As parents, it can be tempting to use petty little lies to avoid conflict with your children, especially those in their terrible twos or thunderous threes. When your kids want more chips, sometimes it’s easier to say, “They’re all gone” instead of, “No. We’re about to have dinner.” I get it.…

Motherhood

WAHM

Any other working-from-home moms out there? How have you been doing with balance? I find I can run myself ragged pretty quickly because I’m always doing something. There’s always something to clean, someone to change, a pile to fold, a family to feed. And that doesn’t even include any of…

Papa Posts

Embracing Curiosity

I have always loved observing the inquisitive nature of children. Watching them interact with a new experience is magical. The unadulterated and raw curiosity can reveal something extraordinary in even the most mundane places and experiences. But curiosity, like many other things, has to be nurtured and encouraged in order…

Motherhood

Which Parenting Style is the Right Way?

I’ve been hearing from several different influencers about their perspectives on parenting: dos, don’ts, things to avoid, things to accept, things to just drink wine about. I find it interesting that each person has different rules and reasons for implementing specific parenting techniques, but all of these parents swear by…