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You may remember that we’re currently in the midst of a bathroom remodel. I’m working on another post that tells the whole story of that neverending DIY project, but for now, I’m just reveling in the thrill of a new family milestone: my kids’ first bubble bath in our new tub! The project is far from finished, but we do have a brand new tub and tile surround, so for the first time since little Elliette was born, I can now put both kids in a tub full of bubbles and let them play together! Continue reading
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I’ve had problems with my skin on and off for years. About 6 years ago, I went for a series of chemical peels that caused my entire face to turn red and slough off. It peeled badly enough, in fact, that I had to schedule them on Fridays so I could hide all weekend. In the end, I’m not sure that they worked, but I did find out some good information in the process. My skin is pretty sensitive, and my cells turn over slowly, so I need a mild scrub to help them along. Continue reading
This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided with the featured item free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.
What’s up with moms not getting baby showers after the first baby? I guess that’s a thing, but I think ALL pregnant moms deserve to be celebrated, whether it’s the first baby or the tenth. I have one friend in particular, Jennifer from This Crunchy Life, who is expecting her third baby this summer, and I definitely want to do something fun to celebrate her newest addition! Continue reading
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Easy lunchbox ideas that include lots of fresh fruits and veggies are a mom’s best friend, especially if they don’t require any heating up at lunchtime. The obvious go-to solution is a wrap or roll-up. They’re easy for little hands to pick up and eat, and they’re just plain fun when cut into swirly spirals.
The only problem? I stink at making wraps. Continue reading