This is a picture of my daughter long-boarding this weekend – yes, it made me oh so nervous and I wanted to wrap her up in bubble wrap to protect her! But she wanted to be like her big sister and give it try, why would I discourage her from trying something new? As a parent,Continue reading “Let them go”
Make cleaning easy – I never believed it would be so easy to clean, but Norwex has saved me time and $! I have one of these Norwex Enviro clothes in each of my bathrooms and kitchen. I am not toting cleaning products around to each room and I simply get it wet and wipe.Continue reading “Mom Tip #103”
So this goes along with #101, about being prepared, it is so important if you want the day/week to run smoothly, you have to be prepared (well, as prepared as you can be being a mom 😉 Along with preparing our family’s dinner menu, I also prepare lunches as much as possible. My kids likeContinue reading “Mom Tip #102”
Being a mom of a boy, well even my girls too, you just never know what you’ll Find in the laundry…last night it was moss! Stuffed in the pockets of his shorts 😜 What are some crazy, unusual things you’ve found in laundry?
About a week ago, I posted about my dad having an appointment with the oncologist and yes, more cancer was found in his spine. He can continue with his immunotherapy while having radiation on his spine, so that is a blessing, however it is disappointing that the cancer continues to find new homes in hisContinue reading “More Cancer Found”
Saw this on Pinterest from Family Share and had to share with all the working mamas out there: https://familyshare.com/19813/things-you-should-never-say-to-working-moms Every mom has something they struggle with, we should be building each other up and supporting! not silently judging!
I always see so many people wearing different ribbons and I never know what they are for, so I found this and thought I’d share 🙂 For my dad, who has stage 4 Melanoma, I will be sporting the ribbons in May! (Reposted from wheelsforwishes.org)
So another one of my roles, is being a daughter, I am the youngest of the 3 kids, yes “the baby”! 🙂 This role has been a little tougher lately, my dad was diagnosed with stage 4 Melanoma last December and it has been a rollar coaster ride ever since. I work in the medicalContinue reading “Daughter Duties”