Though they love when I plan Pinterest-worthy crafts, they are just as happy with simpler art projects. The beginning of the year is a great time to empty out your pantry. A little glue and construction paper can transform leftover pasta, rice and dried beans into beautiful artwork. Budding chefs will enjoy making “soup” with […]
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There are two types of moms: the mom who monitors her kids in the fast food play area and the mom who throws her kids to the wolves doesn’t. Oh, and there are a few moms like me: Somewhere in the middle. I’m the mom who scans the walls for the plaque with the neatly printed […]
New Year’s Eve is one of those holidays that has changed significantly since becoming a parent. Gone are the days of meeting friends at bars. Heck, let’s face it — many of us don’t even see friends on this day, anymore. It’s a family day like most of the other 365 days in a year. […]
Each year since then, we have survived and come out the other end stronger. My husband sacrifices time with his family. His children sacrifice time with their dad. I sacrifice time with my husband and partner. But if you accepted the position, then you accepted the good with the bad and you do what you […]
Is your military spouse deployed this holiday season? Do you know a family in Colorado with one parent deployed for the holidays? Time is running out to nominate that family for a fun-filled holiday staycation at Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs, a Dolce Resort. The deadline is Dec. 1, so don’t delay! Top 5 Reasons to […]
I can’t count the times I’ve started a gratitude journal or joined in on 30 Days of Gratitude. I never seem to complete the activity and get down on myself for not following through. Yet maybe even in without finishing they, were beneficial. These practices of intentionally counting thanks seemed to give me an awareness. Even […]
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My son started playing games around three years old. We started simply with Tic-Tac-Toe and memory match. It wasn’t long before he was beating me at memory on a regular basis. We progressed to Candyland quickly and learned colors. Then came Chutes and Ladders and counting spaces.