It's been long over due and finally the time has come—a recap of Adam and Cameron's birthday party. The theme was transportation with a heavier emphasis on trains, cars and airplanes. I was able to receive a few photos of the party, which came out amazing. Somehow I managed to get lost in the time … Continue reading Birthday party recap.
This post may contain affiliate links. Sometimes planning a party on a budget means an excuse to do fun DIY projects to cut the costs. Instead of paying a couple hundred more to add a custom balloon cloud I decided to look it up and try it out for myself. I am keeping this post … Continue reading How to DIY balloon clouds.
This post may contain affiliate links. Party favors are an essential aspect to any party or event. It's your way of saying "thank you" to your guests. It's also one of the things a child looks forward to receiving when they attend a friend's birthday party. Who can really resist a goodie bag? I know … Continue reading Party Favors under $50.
I think most girls dream of being a mom at some point in their life. I always pictured myself having at least three kids (just like my mom had). I wanted to start having kids at twenty-five years old and have my kids about two years apart in age. It seemed reasonable. A couple of months after turning twenty-five, I found out I was pregnant. The crazy part is that the day before I found out, we had discussed possibly waiting a bit longer to have kids. So you can imagine the mix of emotions that came flooding in. I didn't really even know what to think. I was happy and excited, but at the same time scared and nervous. Were we ready? Was this the right time? Would Albert be happy about it? It took a few days for it to really sink in. I. Was. Pregant.
Are you a mom and thinking about going back to school, but don’t know how to include it into the life you’ve created? Fret no more because I am a mom who is currently in school and I am here to tell you how I fit it into my life. I currently attend school part-time while being a full-time stay at home mom. I’ll be honest, this is about my sixth time going back to school in the last decade. I struggled a lot with what I wanted to do. I guess you can call me a “dreamer.” I juggled around the idea of becoming a doctor, getting a business degree, becoming certified in medical administration, billing and coding and now nursing. Wow, that was a mouth full.
I am going to be real honest in this post and I am going to talk about weight, which is usually hard for me to do. So, please, no judgment. I have struggled with weight for a while now. Every time I seemed to get a grasp at managing it, something happens and throws me in for a loop. I guess that’s just a part of life that I am still trying to figure out how to handle. I hit my first low and all-time weight gain after my dad passed away in 2013. The scale then read 201lbs. Keep in mind: I am only 4’11” in height. It took me a while, but I was able to get back down to the 160’s and by the end of 2016 after going into very premature labor, I was back to a whopping 200lbs. My problem? I am an emotional and super stress eater. I also tend to go without eating and end up binging later. Lets just say my eating habits are bad!
Every sixth month mark I start to look forward to the birthday planning process for Adam. Yes, you read that correctly. I start planning six months in advance. Why? Well 1. I like to plan ahead to minimize the stress that comes with planning and 2. Because I just can’t wait. Please tell me I am not the one. I mean you’re here reading this, so maybe I’m not alone in this. There is a lot that goes into the planning process and I an going to break it down for you. This is my six month six tasks to a birthday party to remember. Let’s go!
This post may contain affiliate links of products that we love. We may receive a commission on purchases you make at no extra cost to you. More info on our Disclosure Policy. I am fairly new to the land of motherhood. My son, Adam, will be three in June. So, I guess not that new … Continue reading My intro into motherhood.