Does anyone else love finding healthier alternatives to your sweet tooth cravings? I know that I definitely do and it makes the guilt a little more bearable! I decided to attempt a flourless brownie with some ripened bananas and a few other ingredients I had on hand. This turned out to be a variation of… Continue reading Flourless Vegan Protein Brownies!
Hello! Long time no post. I have rounded up a handful of meals that are little man approved. I hope you enjoy and find inspiration for healthy balanced meals for your little ones! **If you don’t see every food group in every meal, rest assured he gets everything he needs in a day. 😊 You… Continue reading Little Eats | Toddler Meal Ideas
If you’re not into rambling conversation posts then this might not be for you. You can instead check out a cleaning DIY here or our favorite board books here. If you really are here to read about confidence struggles then welcome and read on! Recently I have been faced with a couple life hurdles that have… Continue reading Finding Confidence
Hope you all have had a great weekend and are gearing up for a fabulous week. Our house is looking forward to a week without the flu! My poor boy has had a terrible time being sick, which has meant more cuddles and story time. I thought with all the extra reading it was a… Continue reading Top 10 Favorite Board Books
Over the years I have developed a love for a clean and disinfected sink. So much so that I get anxious now when the dishes are not done. I don’t like the thought of all the bacteria on dirty dishes and I don’t like the impression it gives to guests in our home. Now that… Continue reading Nightly Sink Cleanse | Spring Cleaning Series
Have you ever calculated how much your household spends on laundry detergent a year? Well if not, the number will knock your socks off… And it’s not like you can save money and wash your clothes less often, eww. Enter, homemade laundry detergent for $25 that lasts a year! I made this a few years… Continue reading Homemade Laundry Detergent | Spring Cleaning Series
The calm AFTER the storm is applicable in so many ways today. I decided to take a drive up to Newfound Gap while my poor little one year old slept away the trauma of 1 year shots. When I say trauma, I mean the absolute most upset I have EVER seen him… more upset than… Continue reading The Calm AFTER the Storm