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I LOVE holidays…except Valentine’s Day

I love holidays. I love everything about them. I love how each holiday has a certain smell. I love the traditions people and families have for each holiday. I love the decorations. I love the food and candy that each holiday carries. There’s something about them that is comforting. I love the looks on kids’ […]

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2017 Valentine’s Day Date Guide

February means that Valentine's Day is coming! There are lots of amazing ways to celebrate with the one you love in Orlando that aren't just the usual dinner and a movie. These businesses and events have been handpicked as great date options this month! Just remember, these events are adults only.  Since February is also [...]
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The New Year’s Resolutions Pretty Much All Moms Should Have

We all come from different backgrounds and beliefs; we have different perspectives on parenting and family dynamics, but many of us struggle with similar obstacles because we share one thing in common: that title of “mom”. The responsibilities are rigorous, the schedule is demanding, and the sacrifices are great, but we wouldn’t change it for […]

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‘Tis the Season…for Accidents

‘Tis the season…for accidents. If your holidays are anything like mine, you’ll agree that this time of year is an accident waiting to happen! Ladders are pulled from storage to hang twinkling lights, tempting breakable ornaments are hung from trees just inches away from our inquisitive toddlers, and a plethora of flickering candles scented of cinnamon apple permeates […]

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Top 10 Christmas Songs to Deck the Halls To

It’s that time of the year. We’ve eaten all of the Reese’s Cups within a 3 miles radius. There has been controversy regarding the design of the Starbucks cup. Black Friday ads have taken over our mail, radio, and TV. Turkey, stuffing, squash, and nogs of all sorts have taken over the grocery store aisles. Ladies, we […]

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Melted Crayon Hearts

We are lovers of coloring in our house, and with that, there is definitely no shortage of crayons. In fact, our favorite bedtime stories lately also involve some rather silly tales of crayon friends who quit their jobs and then decided to come home. So, when I began brainstorming ideas for my little one’s Valentines […]

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Tips for Connecting Generations

Put away the cell phones and electronics this holiday season to make a generation connection.  Consider spending some time discovering your family’s stories with your children. As family members are getting older, this is the perfect chance to capture their stories. Our parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents have stories to share such as their first […]

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Official Holiday Guide to Teacher Gifts

This is an “Official Holiday Guide to Teacher Gifts” because I polled ACTUAL TEACHERS.  What you are about to read is a compilation of the favorite and least favorite gifts of seven pre-school and grade school teachers who collectively have taught for over 165 years. Here’s the question that I posted on Facebook: Tagging all my teacher friends […]

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DIY Frugal Christmas Tree Decoration

Making Christmas Decorations on a Budget I challenged myself this year to not add to my already huge collection of Christmas decorations.  The only exception would be lights and ribbon. Before I began this endeavor, I of course turned to Pinterest for inspiration and new techniques.   I saw several sites about “frugal decorations” and decided […]

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