I knew my children were going to be opposites when I found out I was having a girl during my second pregnancy. My son is his Fathers Mini Me with my personality. It turns out, I was right. My Daughter is my little mini me and the more we get to know her the more … Continue reading Teething Teaching
So all the main rooms in our new rental home are painted beige, which leaves me thinking, instead of painting all the walls, why not make an accent wall?I had seen online that its easy to find wallpaper that is not permanent,(http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/roundup-modern-removable-wallpaper-167208), that seemed a little too tedious for me. So I have decided to … Continue reading Painting in a rental
In the last 6+ years, I have moved 10 times. I have either lived with family members, apartment with friends, basement suites with my husband. Now we are moving up in the renting world. We will be renting a house! We are extremely excited to start a new chapter. Renting an older house comes with … Continue reading Renting For Life
Early on Tuesday morning I heard my husband shout from upstairs that he needed me to remind him to bring the skillet with him to work that morning. Knowing how forgetful my husband is I packed it up and put it in a bag right in front of our front door with his shoes that … Continue reading "Lenting" it Go.
Yesterday, I ventured out on my perfectly planned grocery shopping trip with my two toddlers in tow. I had my well planned grocery list in hand as I escaped the house with my lion cubs right after morning nap. I knew it would be a good time to go because we would arrive at snack … Continue reading Building my Village
So here are some of the bibs I made for my baby yesterday. My amazing sister-in-law let me use her sewing machine and held my child while I worked away on these. The front fabric is cotton, and the backs are either a towel or a flannel cotton receiving blanket. I found the desired size … Continue reading Bandana Bibs (part 2)