Whole30: Lunch For the Lazy Girl

Whole30: Lunch For the Lazy Girl // @ The Little Things We Do

{This simple + delicious Whole30 meal series is sponsored by Tessemae’s. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.} Whole30 lunches are always a struggle for me. Before I did my first round of Whole30, my go-to lunch was a PBJ sandwich or a granola bar and a piece of fruit or string cheese. […]

Me…On TV…Admitting to Having a Favorite

Is It OK To Have a Favorite Child? // @ The Little Things We Do

Hey Guys… Just wanted to pop by with a quick link to a Good Morning America interview I did a few months back. I’ve been interviewed by them a couple of times now, but I was really nervous about this one, since the topic was on “having a favorite child”. They contacted me after reading […]

On God, Church and My Rambling Faith Journey

On God, Church and My Rambling Faith Journey // @ The Little Things We Do

Church is one of those words that most people have a pretty strong emotional reaction to. Whether positive or negative, most people have been exposed to it at some point in their life, whether that was by actually attending one or having interactions with others who attend. We’ve all sort of formed our ideas. My […]

So. Freaking. Much. Candy.

So. Freaking. Much. Candy. // @ The Little Things We Do

Sometimes holidays can be way too much hype and all the Pinterest-esque expectations could never possibly match up to the reality. We’ve definitely had holidays like that (read: Fern’s first Christmas…AKA most epic holiday meltdown of all time), but thankfully this Easter wasn’t one of them. By some Easter miracle, both of my children slept […]

Motherhood: Picking Up the Pieces

Motherhood: Picking Up the Pieces // @ The Little Things We Do

Time becomes a pretty nebulous thing once you’re a mom. Hours feel like an eternity and entire years feel like a hyperspeed blur. Sometimes it seems like only yesterday I was bringing home my tiny, baby Fern in all her long-limbed, sweet smelling glory. I can vividly recall nervously swaddling her and wondering how the hell they actually […]

The Three-Year-Old’s Guide to Hawaii

The Three-Year-Old's Guide to Hawaii // @ The Little Things We Do

The thing about freelance writing for a job is that I am a total procrastinator. I probably make the poor editors I work with crazy with all my attheverylastsecond post offerings. Most of the time they are accompanied by e-mails reminding them that, “I know this is due on Monday, and I know you’re in New York, […]