This post is part 1 of a 3 part series I am writing about Sprouts Farmers Market. There are 2 more posts to come- follow along!
Ever since my son’s last day of school when he raced down the steps and into my car, he has been telling us, “Don’t say the S word!”. Now it’s late July and I can’t WAIT to say the S word. School, school, school, school, SCHOOL! I can see it coming!
Here are 20 affordable + stylish backpacks for kids to take into the school year…. as you happily wave goodbye and turn up all the hip hop in your minivan.
We have a set of tall builtins in this little nook in our hall. They sit at the top of the stairs, and across from another set of stairs leading up to our playroom. Guests can catch a glimpse of the shelves if they look up from our entry, and I can even see them laying down from my bedroom.
Y’all, its 2018 and I’m just going to put this out there about myself: cooking dinner is annoying. I hate planning it, all the chopping is annoying, I’m constantly leaving out ingredients, I don’t like to be precise (in everything in life) so its always too much of this or that.
We wanted some greenery in our house, but I just killed some cacti, and between the 4 kids + the dog I don’t need another living thing with needs, no matter how small! The only real plants here are the two biggest plants you see! I linked everything else at the bottom of the post if you are interested.
When we decided to build, everyone warned me how stressful it was going to be! I was prepared for the worst. My husband and I sat down and had the talk… each of us agreed we would not let the other one go over board. We did not need “all the things”. We would stick together, be a team, and it would bring us together, not pull us apart.
Several months ago I was scrolling through social media as one does, when I came across an image of a woman wearing a wooden watch that stopped me in my scroll. The wood was a beautiful unexpected element, and the face was minimal – no fancy designs, etc. – it was lovely!
This post was originally going to be called “How to discipline kids and not lose your sh*t, over summer break.” But.. we all know that’s asking for something we can’t have. I firmly believes every great mom is entitled to completely lose it every now + again. ESPECIALLY over summer break.
So, we have something in our house called a Job Jar!