Highlights from an outstanding time onboard the Disney Dream.Read More Sail Away With Me
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
Today is our fifth wedding anniversary. It literally seems like yesterday we were planning our big day. The memory of our wedding day plays over and over in my mind. A day of epic joy. Overflowing excitement. Fruition. I could relive this day over and over. Best. Day. Ever. And then life happens. Oh life. […]Read More This is Life.
Last week I text Andrew midday with a simple message… “no plans next weekend, let’s get away”. And that was that. He took the wheel, booked us a hotel, and took a half day on Friday to pack up the car and ship the pup to the kennel. We adventured up to North Conway with […]Read More On a Whim
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
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.
Yes, people say these things…Read More #boymom
A note of gratitude to our great nanny, our even GREATER FRIEND.Read More And the Greatest of these is LOVE.
“Life takes doing homework.” This was a statement I shared with my step son this week which turned into one of the best life lessons I have taught him. Sometimes as a parent you walk away from a interaction or conversation with your kids and you think to yourself. “Did I just say that? Wow […]Read More Life Takes Doing Homework