The project that seemed never ending is done. Check out the update on our new room!Read More From Disfunction to FUNction!
22 plus inches of snow is upon us here in New Hampshire. I know, I know. Some of you despise snow. This post is for you. This post is to remind you to be grateful and to choose joy. Always choose joy. So as we gear up for the storm here’s 22 things (one for […]Read More Let it Snow!
9 simple ways to maintain your home without losing your mindRead More Beautiful Mess: Tips that Promote Tidiness in a Busy Home
I can recall house hunting and touring what would become our home. The market was crazy competitive. We had placed a few offers on what we thought were the “perfect homes” for us. Each of those offers were declined, one after the next, likely won by the highest, most bullish buyer willing to waive every […]Read More Pantry Love: Functional Food for Thought
Right now my middle, Bishop, is taking a tubby in attempt to wash off the fun and grime from this Friday, his tongue still blue from the Ring Pop he devoured post-dinner. As I sit next to the tub while he plays I can hear the thunder off in the distance. I’m reminded that parenthood […]Read More Dining, Whining, and Unwinding
Today marks the end of an era for us. As we sat around the dinner table and tucked our boys in for the night it hit me: we’ll never have a “first home” again. The excitement of all that lies ahead has overshadowed all we leave behind. Much like anything, that’s really the way it […]Read More Kendall Court
The one. As in the one that changes everything. The one that alters the course of all tomorrows. That college you’d give anything to get an acceptance letter from. The man that stops you in your tracks. The cry of your newborn(s) as air fills their lungs for the very first time. As many of […]Read More The. One.
When experiences re-teach you what you already know.Read More Some Things I’ve Known, but Learned Again
I really like THINGS. Like really like them. I’ve spent the majority of my adult life in retail leadership which has equated to a tremendous amount of experience, knowledge, (at times) frustration, a true sense of rational compassion, and a lot of STUFF. The struggle is, as they say, real. I’ve had this theory for […]Read More Is Less, More?