LRH: 4 Months Old!


A day before we moved to Virginia, Lincoln turned 4 months old! This means his first year of life is 1/3rd over – how is this possible!? This age is so so fun – lots of milestones being met, personality really showing, and a routine is definitely being established. Here are some more details from {Read More…}

Recipe Redux: Treasured Cookeware


Time for another Recipe Redux post! This month’s theme was Treasured Cookware: Share a story of classic cookware – and a healthy recipe to go with it. Some of us will be celebrating Mother’s Day next month, but it’s more than once a year that many of us cook with a pan, a wooden spoon, {Read More…}

Whew! We made it to Virginia!


What a busy last few days we’ve had! Our weekend was filled with finishing up packing, attending Xander’s best friends birthday party, and squeezing in last minute visits with a few of our friends. The movers arrived Monday morning and about a half hour after they arrived, I scooted the boys off to music as {Read More…}

Reebok Skyscape Styling and Review


Comfortable and cute – these Reebok Skyscape shoes will pair perfectly with so many outfits in your wardrobe. Learn how to style your Skyscape shoes in this post, as well as learn more about the product itself. This is a sponsored post with FitFluential LLC on behalf of Reebok.

The Ultimate Coffee Date #1


Good morning! How’s your Monday treating you? I actually love Monday’s because it’s music class day! I know Monday’s can be a sluggish day though, so I figured, why not start a morning with a coffee date? Fellow bloggers Jill, Lynda, and Nikki are hosting an ultimate coffee date once a month and I’m joining {Read More…}

Things I’m Loving Lately


Time for another addition of things I’m loving lately! Hope you all had a fabulous weaken;, we had a lot of family time and tried to pack a lot of our house! One(ish) week to go! Sunny days and walks! I’m so so so glad the weather is finally staying nice! It’s been super fun {Read More…}

Understanding the term “Organic”


There are three levels or organic claims on food labels: 100% Organic: products that are completely organic or made of only organic ingredients qualify for this claim and a USDA organic seal. … It is not safe to assume that an increase in vitamin and minerals occurs in all organic food or all organic growing conditions, as the studies are highly mixed and more research is needed.