Yesterday was Darla’s 6-month Baby Wellness Checkup. I really respect our doctor, and even though we don’t always see eye-to-eye she is very supportive of the choices we make and there is good mutual trust there. The nurses, though, like to joke with me about my approach. This time, our nurse mentioned that Darla had gotten chunkier
I am really looking forward to homeschooling our girls and see huge benefit to thinking outside of the proverbial K-12 box, which is why Unschooling has really peaked my interest. As type-a and organized as my brain works, the creative free spirit inside of me frolics all around when it comes to different ways of stimulating curiosity,
If you follow us on Instagram at all, you will know that we love vintage clothing! You may also remember me blogging about the benefits of dressing kids in vintage clothing, especially related to finances. Well, today I’d like to give you a list of ten of my favorite vintage kids clothes vendors on Etsy that I
Each night, we eagerly await Papa Bear’s return. In between giggles and singing with her mouth full, Clementine, sitting in her high chair, asks, “Papa at work? Papa coming?” Then treasured noises – the soft creak signaling the opening of our front door and the shuffle of footsteps headed our way – yield immeasurable joy. Soon, the word we’ve
When Clementine came into our world, she impacted it in every wonderful way. Parenthood felt natural and innate to Papa Bear and me. I’m sure that we did plenty of things “wrong,” but we had a healthy little vibe going on in our home and we loved learning as we went. It wasn’t long, though, before we started receiving
Mason jars are taking the modern kitchen, wedding, and photo shoot by storm. Hip? Absolutely, but let’s not be too quick to sell this fad short. Making the move to glass jars is also a very common choice among green mamas and you know what that means; there must be good and well researched reasoning behind it!