Summer is finally here which means the kids are home and BORED! I feel like I have tried everything under the sun to keep the kids busy. Everything from the pool, cooking, playing games, and so much more. Eventually, though they get bored and want to move on to the next thing. Amazon has saved
Well, it’s official… in the state of Texas, no school for the remainder of the year. Anyone else slightly nervous/panicked? We have been social distancing for six weeks now, and I have a new level of appreciation for our teachers. I know most of us are going crazy and looking for things to do with
Recently the majority of the US got a heatwave- and temperatures in most places were one or two digits away from hitting a triple-digit temperature. If you’re in Texas, that ain’t nothing new! Come summertime, unless you’re in the water, it is UNBEARABLE down here. As a mom of three very active boys, I’ve
I may have mentioned it once or twice (maybe even more?). Slowing down for me is a tough thing to do. Slowing down is something I battle with on the daily. This summer break I came to realize that instead of creating a summer bucket list- I’m making a daily choice to slow down.
Being a boy mom comes with its challenges, many challenges. From pee stains around my toilet (yes I went there) to finding mom and son matching outfits. You can find PLENTY of mommy and me matching outfits, but a lot of them are for girls. Heck, just going shopping for my boys make me angry.