Mommin’ ain’t easy. I was reminded of that recently. But we don’t often learn the most important lessons in life from the moments where things go exactly as planned.
Books that represent diverse characters, cultures, and themes, are important for all children to consume, to help foster a greater appreciation of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Therefore, I’ve curated a list of 39 diverse children’s books for you to add to your family’s book shelf!
If you are looking for Easter basket ideas for a range of ages, look no further! I’ve got you covered with lots of non-candy related ideas.
If you have been considering continuing your education, but aren’t sure how you’ll manage, you can do it! Learn how four local moms did it, in my most recent post for Madison Mom.
I haven’t written a post for Madison Mom (formerly Madison Moms Blog) in several months. It was great to finally get something out. And get this off my chest. I am not a big fan of Halloween, as I’ve already mentioned
My child turned 4 years old just a few short months ago, yet we’ve already gone through 4 daycare transitions. And no, we haven’t moved.
Looking for a laugh this morning? Have one at my expense! Find out how I wound up shirtless in Vilas Park in my monthly contribution to Madison Moms Blog.
Social media paints an unrealistic picture of what life as a mom is really like, in my opinion. Just like print media, TV and movies, it creates incredibly high standards that we think we need to meet in order to look like we’ve got it together.
So let me tell you the reality of this mom’s #momlife.
We’ve been playing a lot of board games in our house these days…I’m a big fan because they give me something tangible to play with my preschooler. Read more about our current favorites in my latest contribution to Madison Moms Blog.
Date night feeling a little stale? Check out these unique ideas for both indoor and outdoor date nights in Madison in my monthly post for Madison Moms Blog. Any new ideas to add to the list? We are always looking for