If sleep is for the weak, my sons have collectively decided that I will be stronger than Atlas. The screams of, “my ball!!” echoed in my ears as I covered by head in frustration. It was nap time, and both boys were confined to the playpen, safe, but royally ticked off. I just wanted to […]
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Come paint your “Batty Family”. I painted this with my very active 3 yo! 😎 I will guide you and your toddler.
Place: My home, North McAllen. Message me to confirm attendance and I will provide you with my address.
Fee: $15 – 8×10, $20 – 11X14, $25 -12X16 (price per canvas -your choice)
Payment due upon arrival.
In message provide which canvas you will be purchasing.
Only 15 slots available.
Feel free to message me if you have any questions in my Facebook page: Be [email protected]
I’m a twin, so I’ve always shared my birthday. It’s no big thing. I remember the first birthday that I celebrated while I was in college. My friends went all out with decorations and goodies, and I felt so special and loved. The day was all about celebrating me — and only me! Fast forward about […]
Christy is an amazing mom to three little ones. She’s chosen to title her post “How I Mom: Words Matter.” (You’ll see why as you read on.) This might be her personal story, but there are some powerful ideas in here for all of us. Hi. I’m Christy, and this is how I mom. I’m not really that […]
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We are thrilled partner with The Pencil Grip to share our experience using their products. The Pencil Grip supplied us with a variety of Kwik Stix Solid Tempera Paints, but artwork and opinions are 100% our own!Imagine this: 15 kids all painting at your kitchen table. Dozens of painting tools scattered everywhere. Artwork being posted […]
Potty training has probably been one of the most intimidating things about parenthood for me. My daughter is 2.5, so the time is nearing every day.
At my house, the weekend generally means two days off. Which means two long days with a toddler who has the energy level of an overachieving camp counselor.
I admit: before being a mother I have some very strong preconceived notions of what I would “never” do. Of course, parenting has taught me otherwise.