I’ve been working on a project for a while now that I can’t wait to share with you soon! The project involves connecting with the generations before us to draw out their best stories~the stories that made them who they are. It’s been a lot of fun (and a lot of work) but I think it’s really important so it’s become sort of a passion project 🙂
In my research, I’ve connected with people who share similar philosophies and are doing their own exciting work. One person, in particular, is Jennifer from Tales of a Peanut. She has an online paper and gift shop with all kinds of beautiful paper products. Her latest line is called Handwritten Heritage.
Photo courtesy of Handwritten Heritage
A phrase my dad often says when referring to my kids is, “Enjoy Them.”
I appreciate hearing that because, quite frankly, I can use the reminder. It’s so easy to get caught up in raising our kids that sometimes we forget to just enjoy them. Thankfully, grandparents are excellent reminders of this. Continue reading
If your kids have a lot of solid colored shirts, here is an easy way to give them a little update with just some spare fabric and a sewing machine. Continue reading
As soon as we found out we were going to have a third baby, I began worrying about the sleeping arrangements. I knew the most logical thing would be to move our two year old son into our four year old daughter’s room, at least for a while. Continue reading
When your kid decides that a particular book is his all-time favorite, you can expect it to get destroyed pretty quickly. Continue reading
I bought this six pack of bubbles thinking they would last us a while but my two year old managed to dump three of them out in a matter of fifteen minutes of playing with them.
They aren’t expensive but how quickly we were going through them made me want to see about making our own solution. Continue reading