Category Archives: Our Experience

Must have items for a winter baby

My first two kids were born in late Spring in California. The weather was hot and I never had to worry if they were bundled enough. In fact, I’m pretty sure they spent their first few months in only a onesie. We didn’t have air conditioning in our house, so I was more concerned about…

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10 Reasons Why You Will Love Walmart Grocery Pickup + Discount Code

Walmart grocery pickup has easily been one of the easiest decisions I have ever made as a mother. I have written about it before in my “sanity saving tips for Moms” almost two years ago and I still stand by it today. There are so many stories I related to why Walmart grocery pickup has…

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Melissa’s Fire: Go Fund Me efforts for the Hadfield Family

Click here to help with the Go Fund Me efforts for the Hadfield Family. It was only two nights ago that Melissa texted me. We were discussing blog goals for the year, talking about our personal anxieties about doing more live video, and sharing creative ideas that we thought would be fun for the blog….

Finding Joy Through Gratitude

We all have blah days, especially as moms. There are days we feel unappreciated, forgotten, stressed, overwhelmed, or just plain tired. Here is my one tip for finding joy through gratitude and how you can turn your day around with this one easy tool. It’s Fashion Friday at Cents of Style and this weekend’s special…

The Magic of Becoming a Mother

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Jockey. All opinions are 100% mine. Becoming a mother is something I always intended to do. I come from a long line of amazing mothers reaching generations back and I have always admired their giving hearts and legacies of love. A mother is the…

Moving Baby into Their own Room & Giveaway!

  Moving your baby to their own room can be stressful. You worry about their safety, their feeding schedule, and perhaps even the thought of not being able to hear them breathe right next to you has you stressed. I remember the very first night I transitioned my oldest into his own room I was so…

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