Sometimes I try really hard to convince myself that since I live in sunny Southern California, my life should be all rainbows and sunshine and sparkles and what you see in movies.
Learning to live fully in the present while honoring, remembering, and keeping the love and pain of loss close to your heart is no small feat.
In my last post, I discussed the moment I found out I was going to be a mom of two children under the age of two and the months leading up to Sawyer’s birth.
The proverbial first year- Everyone says “just get through the first year and things will get easier” as if it’s some magical number with some supernatural powers to make the world right again.
We want our children to be happy and healthy. We want them to be wild and free. We want to preserve their innocence in a world that is littered with hate and tragedy.
When Ria asked me if I wanted to join Aimee and her on Cute Mom Blog, I was thrilled. The thought of approaching her to see if I could contribute a piece had been in the back of my mind for months.
A Year to Restore||
It’s hard to believe 4 seasons have come and gone since we brought a little human in to the world.
My daughter went to her first sleep away camp this summer. She’s eight. As some parents (annoyingly) pointed out, young enough to potentially be scarred for life by the experience.
The Moms of CMB LOVE a great bargain and Aimee is a thrift shop expert! She wanted to share her super easy tips to keep in mind when trying to find the perfect thrifty chic find! Also, I can’t help but listen t