GeoSmart™ Magnetic Construction Kits- The Perfect Gift For Little Engineers {PLUS Giveaway}


My kids are both love toys that they can build with. My 2nd grader Hayden especially loves creating and building things. He is very creative but also thinks everything out. He is super smart and loves science. If you were to ask him what he wants to be when he grows up he would say a wizard, but if that doesn't work out then an engineer. He loves learning all about science and how things work. … [Read more...]

Give This Tuesday With Carters Pajamas


I love Christmastime. I love pulling out all the pretty holiday decor and spending time with my family. I love this time of year because it's a time of year when we have lots of traditions. One of my favorite traditions is giving my boys brand new jammies on Christmas Eve along with a movie. My mom did it for me and I hope my boys continue the tradition with their children. Carters pajamas are my … [Read more...]

Turkey Handprint Headband Hat Craft for Thanksgiving


  This Turkey Handprint Headband Hat Craft was perfect to get us ready for Thanksgiving. This fall has flown by. I can't believe Thanksgiving is already upon us. I wish we could say we've been out enjoying all things fall but we've started this holiday season off being sick. Sawyer has missed more school this month than we normally have from all three kids all year long. I knew Sawyer … [Read more...]

Holiday Tips To Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh With Febreze


This review was made possible by iConnect and Febreze. I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine. My family lives pretty far away from any extended family and close friends. It can be really hard being so far away from everyone we love so much. The holiday season is my very favorite time of the year. We have already enjoyed some holiday snow, I … [Read more...]

SING In Theaters December 21st & SING Fandango Prize Pack Giveaway


One of my favorite Christmas traditions is going to the movies as a family. My kids have already been scouting out movies for us to see this year. The movie everyone is the most excited to see is SING! SING comes to theaters December 21st and is the perfect for our holiday movie tradition. SING is a movie our whole family will love. Illumination has captivated audiences all over the world … [Read more...]

Childproof Your Windows For National Window Covering Safety Month


This post was sponsored by the Window Covering Safety Council as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. My kids recently had 2 weeks off of school for fall break. It was so fun to have them both home and playing all day long. Hayden is almost 8 and Halli is 3. They have so much fun playing together and making up games. They are … [Read more...]

Beddy’s Is The Perfect All In One Bedding For Everyone


My little Halli is all grown up. She is 3 1/2 and is super tall for her age. She looks way bigger than she is and has a big personality to match. Halli had outgrown her little toddler bed and was so super ready for a new big girl bed. I was so sad to see her little bed go away but I knew it was time. While we were talking about getting her a new bed the only request she had was that it would be … [Read more...]

A Dream For My Future Daughter In Law


Sponsored post by Mirum Shopper. All opinions are my own. I love being on team boy mom. There was a time in my life when I mourned the gender of my third and final baby. These days, I'm up to my ears in soccer cleats,  superheroes, and all things boy. I wouldn't have it any other way. As my boys grow older, I find myself wondering about their future wives. I'm not going to lie, I can't … [Read more...]

Pregnancy Loss: Miscarriage, Ectopic Pregnancy, and Healing After Feeling Broken


I have gone back and forth about being vulnerable and sharing my story of feeling absolutely broken from my multiple pregnancy losses this past year. I think when we share the things that make us broken we connect with others and learn their broken stories. We can lift each other up, mourn, and comfort one another with our stories. Then the healing can really begin. October is also national … [Read more...]