Hoping I can help a parent out during these crazy times and although it took us six weeks to get into a groove with Work from Home/Homeschool setup, I figure sharing what worked for us may work for you. Now let’s get this moving. While there is some flexibility in my role, my job is … More Tips To Help You Work From Home With Toddlers
We’ve had Nana with us since the boys were six weeks old and she’s played such a huge part in raising M & B. In the last five or so years, we’ve been blessed (cliché I know, but it’s true) to have her as part of our family. What started off as part time, quickly … More Lessons Learned after Having a Caregiver
I didn’t have the courage to post this on my Instagram Page and I almost deleted it completely. However, I feel safe putting it here, I don’t get a lot of visitors to my blog and maybe it will resonate with a reader. So here it goes … In 2015, I made the decision to stay … More Stay at Home Mom, Working Mom, Mom-to-Be … Just Support One Another
Travelling with kids … you either love it or hate it. It’s a lot of work and it probably doesn’t help that I’m a planner and I feel the need to do right research to get the best bang for my buck. So I blame some of that on me. I dislike the time spent on finding flights … More Travel Tips with Kids
March 8th is Women’s International Day and while I’m not raising the next generation of empowered women, I play an important role in raising the next generation of men supporting empowered women. My boys are 4.5 years old and so their attention span is minimal. I’ll be honest, I don’t go all out and put together a list … More Women’s International Day and sharing the celebration of Women with my boys
And just like that, it’s December! Naughty or nice list, To-Do list, checking it twice list or I got no list to work with, I want to make things a little bit easier for you by sharing some of my favourite small shops and the reasons why I have mad love for them. Buying for my boys is not … More Small Shop Love for the Holla Days!