Get organized. Stay organized. Reduce clutter. Having a family command center changed my life as an organized mom!
Tomorrow is Monday. Yuck. Who likes Mondays?! What does my Monday look like? My alarm goes off at 5AM, but I rarely make it until then. Around 4:15AM, I'll wake up because I have to pee. EVERY morning, I try to ignore it. I'm not really sure how I can still fool myself into thinking... Continue Reading →
Managing mom life doesn't come easy. It's not always crafts and cupcakes. Here are 6 ways I manage busy mom life.
Most of the time talking about this topic deserves the response, "easier said than done." Still, it is important. Taking care of yourself is important, especially when so much of your time is spent taking care of everything except yourself. Sometimes there are things I need that never cross my mind. For our anniversary a... Continue Reading →
This afternoon my home was filled with girly-ness! As much as I adore being a boy mom, it was a nice change of pace to be a witness of something so beautiful and sparkly. One of my squad is preggers with her 4th and last baby, and she had the opportunity to do something different... Continue Reading →
In honor of Mother's Day, the boys had Muffins with Mom at their preschool. I planned with work to take a long lunch, so I could go to Wheel's and Wesley's parties. First up was Wheels! Wheels doesn't like school as much as Wesley does, and his little face lit up when he saw me... Continue Reading →
It's party week. Wesley turns 5 next Monday, April 16. Every year we have the boy's birthday parties at our house. So, Wesley's party is this Saturday! That means it's a busy and stressful week for mom. Making sure our little house is top notch for the many guests we will have visiting our home.... Continue Reading →
My girl friends and I get to have a girl's night every once in awhile. We try to schedule one every few months at the very least. YES! We must schedule them. We make it work. We try to do something different every time. Last night was girl’s night, and it was a night of... Continue Reading →
W.A.R., those are the initials of both of my sons. Wesley Ares Richardson, he was first. He's four but will be five next month. Goodness time flies. Dad's middle name is Atlas. You know, the Greek god that held up the world as punishment. Ares is the Greek god of war. See what we did... Continue Reading →