A Little Guide to Christmas Cheer

*This post may include affiliate links, but I promise to always recommend only the products I love. OK guys…I couldn’t hold off any longer. I had to start in with the Christmas cheer. I’m not decorating my house or pulling out all the festive stops until next week post-Thanksgiving, BUT…I wanted to pop in and do […]

Samsung FlexWash + FlexDry: Making Laundry Suck a Whole Lot Less

*This post was created in partnership with Samsung. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Thank you so much for checking out and supporting the companies that I truly love! ***** If there was one thing I never really gave much consideration to before becoming a parent, it was laundry. Before having kids I only […]

Meet Nanea + a GIVEAWAY!

We are big American Girl fans around here. Fern got her first Bitty Baby when she was two and we were on a trip to L.A. with my mom and made an impromptu stop at The Grove. Her face lit up immediately upon seeing the babies, and her Grandma just couldn’t resist. Fern has been an AG […]

On the Eve of Your First Day of Kindergarten

On the Eve of Your First Day of Kindergarten

To my dear sweet girl on your very first day of school, Welcome to the wonderful world of kindergarten! I knew this day would come, but for some reason it always seemed so far off. I know it’s such a cliche, but  it truly does seem like only yesterday that you were a tiny baby in my […]

Kid-Friendly Rap + Hip Hop. Yes. You Read That Correctly.

I think there’s a misconception that once you have kids you have to listen to lame kid music. Though all bets are off once they reach the tween years, for the most part kids will develop a taste for the music they are presented with. Because of this we don’t play very much “kid music” around here. That’s not […]

From One Journey to the Next


Breastfeeding has been an amazing journey for me as a mother. It is a journey that has been both joyful and heart-wrenching, endearing and overwhelming, completely fulfilling and also completely depleting. Most of all I would say that it has been an honor and a privilege being able to nurture my children with my own body. […]