I’ve found I need to keep the kids busier than usual since my two-week-old has more pressing needs at this moment in time. To keep my other three occupied I’ve been pulling out games and puzzles from a hallway closet that we haven’t used in a while and have been a little more lenient with screen time.
You guys. Please accept my apologies for making this announcement here on the blog 11 days after baby #4 was born. I’m just now starting to get my act together. I wanted to introduce you to our little miracle, Crosby Riley.
Last year, my family and I took a big leap and started composting in celebration of Earth Day. I’ve picked up some new habits this year that have helped our family be greener and I wanted to share them with you. You can start incorporating some of them as soon as today!
I never thought I’d need a FOURTH registry, but I donated almost all of my baby items two weeks before I found out I was pregnant. Through the years, my registries have gotten shorter, but more efficient. Here are five tips to keep in mind.
While they’ve been around for what seems like forever, essential oils have become an integral part of many households in recent years. People use them for different purposes- from aromatherapy to cleaning. Absolutely chemical-free, extracts from nature, essential oils are pet and baby-friendly.
I said goodbye to Riley on Tuesday, December 13. I was praying he would be with us through Christmas, but God had other plans. I hung on to every minute with him so tight. I wanted time to stand still but it just kept flying by.
If you’re looking to fill up your dog’s stocking with some yummy, healthy treats. You’ll definitely want to check out SmartBones®. My dog has done a lot of the food sampling for us all, so he’ll help you decide which one your best friend will enjoy.
My beloved dog, Riley, is an 8-year-old Lhasa Poo. You may recognize him because he is often featured on my blog. He and my first child were the reason The Mod Mommy even started. My sweet dog has cancer. The absolute worst kind. The kind that is rarely cured.