It’s hard to believe it’s already been a month since our sweet baby Rose joined our family. What a joy. Our snuggly little “squeaker box” is a perfect teeny little addition. We all love her to pieces.
December was going to be the month of Christmas crafts and training for my first long race since April. December was instead the month of not having enough energy to get off whatever I was curled up on, unless it was for running to the bathroom to puke for the umpteenth time. No, December was […]
Woohoo! Look at that stash of cloth diapers! I now have 30 barely used AIO, one size fits all cloth diapers (complete with 60 reusable liners and 100 sheets of unopened disposable liners) to add to my stash. A friend of mine tried cloth diapering with her three boys (she’s got three in […]
And just like that, October is over. Halloween was a whirlwind, busy, busy day. The Stallings household started the day off with an early morning eyeball egg hunt. Just like an Easter egg hunt, I hid the eyeball eggs around the house the night before, and the kids had a blast looking for them before […]
Being a parent is a funny thing. I find myself saying things that, well, I never anticipated I would have the need to say. Example: my husband and I took the kiddos to the science center, which was hosting the annual “Boonanza”. It was a self proclaimed “Halloween celebration full of science and tricks and […]
Can I tell you how much I love having a kiddo in school? It’s quite the amusing adventure. On a daily basis, he brings home things like this: Oh, my! I’ve been trying to catch up with The Walking Dead, and that’s the first image that comes to mind when I look at this. I’ve […]
Another item checked off B’s Fall Break to do list: pumpkin picking!
It’s fall break this week. My son and I put together a list of todo’s while he’s out of school. Here’s some highlights. We made phones out of a tupperware container and a can. It provided many minutes of entertainment for my little ones. Art project of the week. Brooks shoe boxes are awesome. […]
When I was a kid, I brought my lunch to school probably 90% of the time. Money was the biggest reason. My at the time pickiness was a close second. I brought a sandwich (PB&J or turkey and cheese), chips and a fruit snack of some sort everyday. My mom wasn’t very adventurous with food. […]
I can appreciate this. I’m not saying stay at home moms have it easy, but if one more SAHM tries to tell me their life is as challenging as mine, I just might have to bust out the hammer. Just saying. I get to balance everything a SAHM does with a full time job that […]