Author Archive | Katie Williams


Back-to-School: Paper Goat Post Style

Disclaimer: You’ll notice that I’m about to brag on Paper Goat Post. All of the info about this fabulous stationary shop are my own. I wasn’t paid to brag on them! When you hear the words, “back-to-school,” they can be quite daunting. I personally do not have any ‘school-aged’ children yet but as a former […]

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Toddler Schedules: A Dream Come True

Schedules. What do you think of when you hear that word? Your work schedule? Your class schedule? What about a toddler schedule? I know, I know it sounds crazy. How could you keep a toddler on a schedule when you can barely keep yourself on a schedule? I have always thrived with schedules; from college, […]

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Valentine’s Day Activities: Friends, Couples, and Families

Valentine’s Day is so much more then just candy and flowers. I grew up Catholic, so to me the day has a lot more meaning. Although Valentine’s Day is named after St. Valentine, the day has always had a romantic history to it. Major corporations have since then expanded on the romanticism, but I digress. Whether […]

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You’re Not Alone

This time of the year is wonderful. All the hot cocoa. All the baking. All the lights. All the laughter. All the joy. It really is a magical season. Though, it can also bring sorrow for many. Whether it is that you’re far away from your family, a break-up, infertility, battling an illness, having lost […]

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Three Easy Ornament Crafts: Toddler Approved

Whether you’re a SAHM or a working mama, these Christmas tree ornament crafts will be sure to keep your toddler busy and happy! Grab some glue, popsicle sticks, felt, some mini pompoms and some googly eyes, you’ll be all set. First up, little characters – have your toddler pick his/her favorite(s) and get started! Rudolph, Santa, […]

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Keepsake Stocking Stuffer – Bright Eyed Baby

The holidays are officially here (at least in our household); we don’t necessarily skip right to Christmas but I am a firm believer that Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years go hand-in-hand. Holiday music is playing, gift shopping has slowly begun, and with that comes stocking stuffer ideas. I have had the honor of reviewing some […]

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