Mini Babybel Cheese is the Perfect Halloween Snack!

Halloween is just around the corner, which means that everywhere we turn there is chocolate or candy in sight and soon enough we'll have so much candy we won't know what to do with it all. Whenever I can I try to make choices that are fun and tasty but not full of sugar. Mini Babybel® is the perfect solution to that right now! They even come dressed in their favorite Halloween … [Read more...]

Entenmann’s Little Bites Pumpkin Muffins are Here! {Plus, VISA Gift Card Giveaway!}

For some reason, I always think I'm going to have time to catch up on things in the next season. Then that season rolls around and it seems like it's the busiest one yet. With fall we started the school routine back up and along with school comes all the other activities that go along with it from swim lessons to soccer practice. I often have healthy snacks prepared for in between to hold … [Read more...]

Dr. Seuss Costumes for Your Halloween Season

Halloween is just around the corner. The boys have already been asking us about going trick or treating and what costumes they want to get. We have multiple events that we go to and it's good to have options. We were recently sent a couple Dr. Seuss costumes to make all our costume changes simple. First up for Sawyer to try was the Grinch Bricky Blocks Hat. Out of the box, it was fairly … [Read more...]

Sleepy, the Goodnight Buddy Book + Bedtime Checklist Printable

It never really matters what activities my kids did that day; they always had plenty of energy when they were told it was bedtime. If there was any way to get up and out of bed, you bet they could think of it. Having a good bedtime routine is helpful. Every night, everyone knows what is expected of them and what they can and cannot do. We set up a bedtime checklist to make sure everything gets … [Read more...]

Stay in Style with AXE Products this School Year

This year my two oldest boys are both up at the high school. It really seems so surreal to me that my oldest is going to graduate in June. My middle has really taken a liking to the big school and it's definitely been helpful that my oldest has been there to help guide his way. Mornings around here certainly have changed since they are both off so early now. It's been quite the mad dash getting … [Read more...]

Summer Snacking Made Easy with Nabisco

I love everything about summer. My kids are home more than ever and there's always a reason on the weekends to celebrate or catch up with friends. We especially love to travel and have already done multiple trips. Once summer comes we tend to stay more local and only travel where we can reach by car in a few hours or less. I just recently got back from Lake George, NY with the family and Norwich, … [Read more...]

Easy Red White & Blue Cookies with NILLA Wafers

My kids start the countdown for summer in May even though we don't usually get out of school until the end of June. Life has been one celebration after another this year. I love that we have so much to be grateful for but my time and my creativity has been on the decline. We had a last minute family gathering over Memorial Day weekend and made this fun easy Red White & Blue Cookies with NILLA … [Read more...]

Celebrate Dad this Father’s Day with Snapfish

I can't wait to celebrate dad this Father's day! We just wrapped up Mother's Day and he did such a great job making sure my day was special and I want to do the same back for him. My hubby is a great dad and a great example for my boys. We are so lucky to have him and while I know he knows how loved he is; we want him to feel extra special on Father's Day. I have a love for pictures so I'm … [Read more...]

Six Things You Learn As An Experienced Parent

When you first learn you're going to be a parent you can feel so overwhelmed. There are so many choices to make from picking a name, choosing which products to put on your registry and even where and how you plan on delivering your new, precious bundle. As an experienced parent, you feel much more comfortable and you're aware more of your personal parenting style; or at least you're starting … [Read more...]