Fitness and sports have been a huge part of my life since I was a child. There was nothing I loved more than stepping up to that t-ball plate as a young child, tumbling from corner to corner across the blue gymnastics mat, or grabbing my stick and running out onto the lacrosse field in … Continue reading Get Moving in May: National Physical Fitness and Sports Month
December 25th is dedicated to all things Christmas – family, presents, and food. December 26th is typically dedicated to recovering from all the fun and chowing down on leftovers, but what you probably didn’t know is that it is also “National Thank You Note Day”. I grew up writing thank you notes until my hand … Continue reading A Day of ‘Thanks’ in December – ‘National Thank You Note’ Day
November 15th was National Clean Out Your Fridge Day. This “national” holiday comes at the perfect time with Thanksgiving and Christmas creeping right around the corner. You will need all the room in your fridge for those turkey day leftovers. I personally love a clean fridge and make it a point to clean ours out … Continue reading National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day
If we are saying ‘goodbye’ to Summer and ‘hello’ to Fall, you can count me in 100%. I love Fall because it means cooler weather and fire pits, comfy clothes, changing leaves, and being outdoorsy without instantly sweating through your clothes! I recently put together a '2018 Autumn Bucket List' for the Raleigh Moms Blog … Continue reading RMB: Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall! 2018 Autumn Bucket List
My husband and I promised electronics would not be an option for our son during meal times. Meal times are family time, not time to hide behind the screen (for adults or children!) Follow the link below to check out my first blog post for the Raleigh Moms Blog, outlining what we do to keep … Continue reading RMB : Dining out with toddlers without electronics!