With this pandemic, we have another layer of complications to work through. We don’t have the freedom for our Mother or in-laws to swoop in and save the day. We don’t have friends and constant visitors bringing you food, essentials and breaks…it’s all on you and your spouse. How will you navigate these first few months on your own?
Our summer so far… Once that final day of homeschool ended I cannot tell you how excited we all were, we finally get a break from routine. Unfortunately, we were not sure if we would be able to have the yearly camping trip we do with my in-laws. We decided to try to see what
Well, it’s been 2 months or 8 weeks or 59 days of quarantine! Doesn’t really matter how you look at it, it’s been a very long time to be stuck in 1 place 24/7. I know for myself it has been very difficult and I have had some ups, downs and very low lows. This
Wow! What a long day these past three weeks have been! If you are like us; trying to work from home while homeschooling our girls has been a real challenge. The first two weeks even with work still felt like we were on vacation. Then reality set in the third week….how in the hell are
I cannot believe it; we have all heard it many times especially us parents of toddlers and crawlers. The time when you’re in the trenches of parenthood trying to make it through each day with everyone having a heartbeat. “Don’t forget to have date nights!” “Date night is sooo important!” “Make time for just the
OMG! Why does it seem like the laundry pile never goes down? Especially with 2 active girls and of course myself. My husband always asks me why I have so much more clothes than he does at the end of the day? Really? Well…being a full-time stay-at-home Mom I am lucky to get through my
How many times have you set goals for yourself or your family but never achieve them? What went wrong? Were you doing well but lacked the motivation to see it through or was it just plain laziness? Whatever the excuse or circumstances, the problem is with the goal-setting itself. If you’re not setting realistic goals