Schooling from home - ish. Yes, we will be home but the schooling part, well, I am not a teacher. I don't plan to try to be an educated teacher out of nowhere but I will teach my children in all the ways I can, as their parent, while we are home quarantined. So, here … Continue reading Setting up your home classroom
If there was ever such a thing as the Cutest Gesture in the entire world THIS was it. Hunter's kindergarten class invited us to a Mother's Day Pampering Spa at their school, the Friday before Mother's day. Work honestly couldn't be busier, the Friday before our busiest week of the entire year but there was … Continue reading Mothers Day Pampering Spa at Kindergarten
We can't believe it- Hunter Ray is 4! Traditionally we have a small birthday party for the boys and invite immediate family, great-grandparents and a couple very close friends. We let me say, Hunter had so much fun for his 4th birthday. I think he is particularly lucky to have an April birthday where the weather is … Continue reading Hunter is 4!
One Fall Sunday I got really inspired and completely transformed one of our spare bedrooms (which was being used for storage) into a play room. I totally surprised the boys, Josh and myself, to be honest. (Why hadn't I thought of this before?!?) Hunter was so excited that he told his teacher as soon as … Continue reading Play room
You can easily save money by creating your own invites- for any occasion! Items needed- Vellum paper (any office supply store) Vellum Paper at Michael's Color printer Template to print 4 per sheet (ask me for the template to print) Paper cutter (for precision) or just scissors your favorite baby photos Cardstock or scrapbooking paper- … Continue reading DIY birthday invites