THE ATLANTA BABY & CHILD EXPO is considered THE premier event for expecting and new parents in the Southeast. This is the third year I have assisted with the event (you’ll see me at the door helping with the admission tickets) and it’s made quite an impression on me. The collection of parenting and baby products are perfectly curated to allow a hands-on learning experience without being More >
INTERESTED IN IMPROVING YOUR HEALTH? Every year I strive to make improvements in our family’s health with small changes to our lifestyle. I cut High Fructose Corn Syrup from our pantry over 9 years ago. I swim on a regular basis and now I am using a juicer daily. Best of all, I see my children making choices which will help their long term health. Each time I hear a child order water at a More >
WELCOME SPRING! I’ve been trying to get some things organized and orderly. It’s taking a while in a household with five busy people. I’ve been breaking things down by a specific area. Tackling our master linen closet was a big win one weekend. The amount of expired medications was embarrassing.
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WE ARE PREVIEWING A FAMILY FLICK THIS WEEK Our family had the opportunity to preview the soon-to-released Dreamworks file, Mr. Peabody & Sherman. I’m in the midst of writing the review for another parenting site, but wanted to let you know that my whole crew – parents included – enjoyed the film. It’s such a pleasure to see a flick together that we can all discuss and this one has some clever More >
A STORY ABOUT THE MOTHER-CHILD CONNECTION I’ve written about the importance of reading picture books with your children who are long past the toddler stage. My teenager and I enjoy seeing the clever artwork and stories told by the illustrations. It’s one of the connections we share as mother and daughter.