My daughter is in a constant state of motion. This is not a new thing for her. It actually started from the minute she was conceived. While I was pregnant I never had to do kick counts, as she was ALWAYS moving in my tummy. After she was born, things were no different. She has never slept well (probably still… Read the rest
I’m a sucker for checklists. I think I’ve mentioned it before, but one of my favorite movies is an ABC Family Original movie called Lucky 7, when she writes something on her to do list, then does it right away, and then checks it off, all within about 2 minutes. That is me. I have several different checklists I use… Read the rest
Hello! Have we met? I’m the Organized Mom. Which means, I kinda can’t stand clutter. What comes with kids when they are playing with all their toys? A whole lotta mess, that’s what. That’s why when I saw Hot Wheels Wall Tracks, I had to have it. Immediately. We purchased our first set from Target and gave it to my… Read the rest
If your kids are anything like mine, they constantly leave things out. No matter how many times I say “Don’t leave your things out” it happens time and time again. One day I saw something similar to this little project, and I’ve been meaning to do it for months!
It’s finally here, and you can download the files to make… Read the rest
Hi! My name is Sarah, I am CEO of Veggie Kids, an online site providing nutrition and meal ideas for busy families, and a full time mom of three boys. I need all the organizational help I can get! Having a second child enter elementary school this past year I knew I was going to be bogged down with papers, take-home… Read the rest
All right, friends. I know for most of you Christmas break has begun. But, before you put your feet up I am going to give you one little piece of advice. It’s a good one; you’ll be thanking me later.
Before you get in deep with the holiday festivities, go check your kids lunch boxes in their backpacks. Chances are… Read the rest
As parents we are always on the lookout for teaching opportunities for our kids to learn skills that will help them for a lifetime. Most of the time those opportunities naturally present themselves in everyday life. For example: When a child leaves their toys out on the floor and someone accidentally steps on one and it breaks, it’s a hard… Read the rest
Last night at dinner I spent over twenty minutes listening to my six and three year old aggressively debating which was the better movie: Barbie Fashion Fairytale or Barbie Princess Charm School.
Someone please help me now.
After banning the word Barbie from the table, the two set out to discuss which was the better pet, dogs or cats. Then they proceeded… Read the rest
The day after Halloween I found my twelve year old stuffing Butterfinger chocolate bars in the side pocket of her backpack. She informed me they were for her math teacher at school, whom happened to announce to the class the day before Halloween they were his favorite.
Remind me next year the day before Halloween to call dibs on all… Read the rest