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I Do Not Want Your Sympathy

Several times I’ve posted about my anxiety. I do so in an effort to be open. I do so in an effort to spread awareness. I do so as a way to find connection with others that also have mental… Continue Reading →

Love to Dream Swaddle Product Review

I’m sure a lot of new moms feel the same way but I had a lot of trial and error with our first so far. I’m sure we’ll have more moments like these too. We followed most of the usual… Continue Reading →

Graco Baby Swing Product Review

The one product I found to be an absolute necessity with my second child was a Graco Baby Swing. Graco Baby Swing For my daughter, considering she was my first, we didn’t really have a swing or bassinet to put… Continue Reading →

No, I Cannot Just Relax: Mom Anxiety and Worry

“Just relax” is actually a common phrase out of my husband’s mouth. Why? Because I’m an anxious person. I hate being late, I hate dishes in the sink, I hate the laundry piled up, I hate so much, and I… Continue Reading →

How Do Impressions Make Us or Break Us: Think for Yourself

I was wasting time on Facebook yesterday and came across this. I both love and hate this. ‘I wonder how many strangers hate me because of how someone else described me to them.’ Why do we let others make our… Continue Reading →

Anxiety Disorders in Kids

I have suffered from anxiety for as long as I can remember. Considering I do and my husband does as well I’ve decided I want to know more about anxiety in kids. I hope to help my kids through any… Continue Reading →

Easter Crafts, Activities and More

I love Easter and since having kids I’ve grown to love it even more. I’m looking forward to every year doing different fun activities and crafts with my kids. Here are some great Easter crafts, activities and more. Books Easter… Continue Reading →

8 Easter Picture Books

Another holiday is coming and I love taking the chance to teach my children about the holiday with new picture books. I found these great 8 picture books on Easter. Easter: Sturdy Lift-a-Flap Board Book By: R.I. Redd; Illustrated by:… Continue Reading →

Classic Spring Outfits for Toddler Boys

One of my favorite things about Spring is buying some new, fun, Spring clothes for my kids. My husband and I, however, can be pretty strict on the types of clothes we put on our kids. When it comes to… Continue Reading →

History of Easter and Its Symbols

I’ve always been kind of stumped by the secular symbols that become so prominent in Christian holidays. Like where did the Bunny actually come from? I’m a big history buff. I have a Bachelors of History of Art and Visual… Continue Reading →

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