We attended The United Tiny House Festival this month (you can check out my post on that here), and it got me thinking about attending festivals with small children. Especially for new parents, the idea of this could be daunting. You have to have lower expectations in general about what you will be able to see… Continue reading 10 Tips For Attending Festivals With Children
I know it's the beginning of the school year again when my Facebook newsfeed is filled with pictures of kids on their first day of school. School supplies are heavily marked down in August (notebooks for a quarter, etc.), but in my experience, there aren't as many truly great deals on kids' clothes. Stores' new… Continue reading Why I Won’t Shop For Clothes In August
Every so often something fun shows up in the mail, but the majority of it is junk mail and flyers each week. Most of it ends up in the recycling bin without me looking at it, but I love to window shop through the Hanna Andersson catalogue now that I have a child. I would have… Continue reading One Dress Or 1,710 Diapers?
Have you ever stopped and asked yourself why you buy the things that you buy? "Well that's a silly question," you may be thinking. "I buy them because I need them." Bread, toilet paper, soap- okay, those are needs. There are so many things we buy though that have nothing to do with needs, or even… Continue reading The “Why” Behind The “Buy”
Dear Daughter, I love wearing pink sometimes. I also love rap music and rapping. I enjoy having long hair, and I enjoy having a pixie cut with a faux hawk. I love Frozen and The Avengers movies equally. I delight in glitter; somehow it ends up in my purses and on my sneakers. I also delight in… Continue reading You Are Not A Princess | A Letter To My Daughter
I was originally going to post this in May, but after realizing that Mother's Day is just around the corner, it's posting early! I have enjoyed Becky Thompson's posts on her blog/Facebook page, so I was excited when I learned she was publishing her first book. There's many books for women out there from a… Continue reading Review: “Hope Unfolding”