Family

Friday Five: Family Games

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Creativity, DIY, Family, Mom Life, Parenting

DIY Halloween Popsicle Stick Magnets

Halloween is our favorite holiday! I wanted to find something that we could do that we could display all year long. Magnets are the perfect way to do just that! This is an easy DIY for the whole family!

Baby, Family, Mom Life, Parenting

One Year With Our Baby

What I Have Learned in One Year Scarlett is my first bio baby. I came into Sissy's life when she was seven. I helped raise my nephew but he was almost two when I began watching him. So this whole newborn to adulthood with a child is so new to me. Here are the the… Continue reading One Year With Our Baby

Family, Food, Mom Life, Parenting

5 School Lunch Ideas the Whole Family Will Love

How is it time for the kids to go back to school? Here in our area, some schools went back as early as the end of July!Sissy started school last week and I have been contemplating how to change up her usual lunch. So, I started thinking about the kinds of food I like to… Continue reading 5 School Lunch Ideas the Whole Family Will Love

Family, Food, Mom Life

Momma’s Hidden Veggie Meatloaf

Many foods can be super versatile as we all know. Meatlof is one of the few fully prepared dishes that can be eaten as prepared, made into a sandwich, scramble, or even into a hash. I am all for sneaking in veggies anyway I can. Which if you've followed me for long, you know how… Continue reading Momma’s Hidden Veggie Meatloaf

Education, Eye Health, Family, Mom Life, Parenting

Advocate Like a Mother… and What It Means To Me.

Special Needs families have so many challenges. Families like my own, whose children require prosthetics have our own special challenges. Changes need to be made and advocating like a mother is required. It is tiring. That will not deter me. It will not stop me from trying to change how our children receive care and the assistance that our families need.