Dear Chosen Family, I miss y’all. So much! Remember the days when we were together. All. The. Time? Long Saturdays at the pool? Sunday Fundays in the backyard? Weekend getaways to the beach or the mountains? The days when the...
Gosh, y’all! Raising a teen today? Not. Easy. I mean, I didn’t think it would be, but there is literally a whole new world to navigate that we historically have little experience to call upon to help us identify...
Love looks like gumballs. My husband and I are in that stage of marriage where most marriages die. We completed a cross-country move a year and a half ago where we are completely separated from all relatives. We are...

For the Last Time

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I know, mamas, that you have read one of the many articles online about when your baby does something for the last time. How you will never know when they will take their last daily nap, when they will...
My daughter is quickly approaching the age where her questions and thoughts are starting to get more complicated and our conversations deeper. Between adolescence, the state of the world, and everything in between, I think we're both feeling a...
Before I even get into the magic of the “chip jar” and what it has done for my kids’ behavior, I have to give ALL of the credit to my friend Kristen (hey, buddy!) This was all her idea...
I see you. I am you. This year....bless its heart. It sucked. The many pivots of 2020 We had to learn to homeschool with five-year-olds who are way more tech-savvy than their parents. There is nothing like 30 five-year-olds learning on...
We love our Christmas traditions. Before my husband and I had children, we always watched our favorite Christmas movies leading up to Christmas. Having children meant we had to reinvent our traditions. My children are especially sensitive to anything...
My kids (four and five) LOVE playing board games. I bet we play four a day. And honestly, it’s the one thing that I really don’t mind playing with them. There are a ton of lessons to learn from...
When my husband and I decided our family's COVID education plan would be to homeschool I was excited, nervous, doubting of my ability, yet also very positive. Before this decision, we were going to have our six and eight-year-old...

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Guide to Cold Treats for Hot Charleston Days!

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! And popsicles, smoothies, juices, or anything else that will keep us cool in the...