Gender Neutral Baby Gifts: Go Gray!

Pink? Blue? Sure, they’ll do. But if you want something with a little more personality, go with gray for your next baby gift. It’s a hard color to figure out – soft yet edgy, classic yet current, timeless yet trendy. A little bit sophisticated, but still comfy and casual. Gray is the one color that makes…

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Moving On Up: Muslin and Baby Milestones!

Thanks to aden + anais for softening the blow of our latest milestone with muslin swaddle blankets for our review.  I started last week knowing that I should be writing a post to rave about our new aden + anais cotton muslin swaddle blankets. But then life took over and our week went bananas, as…

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What I Wore: Chunky Knits and Statement Jewelry from @Kohls

Thanks to Kohl’s for sponsoring this fall fashion post. Uh oh. It’s starting to get cold around here! After last fall (my first with 2 little ones…it wasn’t pretty) I’m trying to keep my frump factor to a minimum. Sorry, sweatpants…even though we just went for groceries and an oil change, today was all about chunky…

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Simplifying my Fall Wardrobe with #EarthFootwear

This post was brought to you by Earth Footwear, who provided the product to facilitate my review. All opinions are my own. It’s become glaringly obvious to me that I need to refocus on simplifying my life, and I promised myself that simplifying my wardrobe would be a priority this fall. Fewer items in my closet…

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Why Kitchen Toys are the Best Toys! (and Free Recipe Card Printable for Kids)

This shop about the Target Toy Emporium has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias Just when I thought I couldn’t love Target anymore, they’ve introduced their new Toy Emporium. Be still my toy-lovin’ heart. What’s the Target Toy Emporium? Only the BEST place to get all the…

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A Parenting Wake-Up Call #IamProtective

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias Like all new moms, I’ve been protecting my children since the day they were born. Protecting them from germs. Protecting them from mosquitos. Protecting them from crawling off the deck. Protecting their health, their safety, their feelings….

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Shop, Save, Fundraise with @Schoola

Back-to-school shopping can be daunting, but not half as daunting as the realization that all the new clothes you buy might not fit a month from now. I know. Debbie Downer. But it’s true! Kids grow fast, and they burn through clothes at warp speed. It can be really frustrating because if you buy new, you…

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Cheddar and Chive Tuna Melt Mini Muffins

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The 80s were quite a decade. My childhood was shaped by things like pastel purple eye shadow, Solid Gold dancers and neon splatter paint off-the-shoulder sweatshirts. I learned how to cook pretty young, so my culinary skills developed right smack at the height of the “convenience era,” marked by things like Hamburger Helper and Lunchables. Women were…

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Figuring Out Bedtime, Kid by Kid (with @Gymboree and @WorldEricCarle)

This post about bedtime routines (and Hungry Caterpillar pajamas!) was brought to you by Gymboree, who provided a product sample to facilitate our review. All opinions are our own. Of all the changes that came with parenthood, the one that rocked my world the most was the change in sleep habits.  Bedtime can be a serious…

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