It’s the day before Thanksgiving and you have six million things to do with six million little hands pulling at you in every direction, well not that many but I’m sure you can relate. Have no fear I’ve rounded up five sensory play ideas sure to be a hit with the littles using a staple … More Cranberry Bog Sensory Play
Our first storm of the season has hit us which means soon enough full blown winter will be upon us and with it will bring a snow day or two. Here’s my lazy moms guide to surviving a day trapped between the elements and a toddler. Start off slow, your probably not leaving the house … More Snow Days: A Lazy Moms Survival Guide
Little man is now seventeen months old, just shy of the year and a half mark he is great at playing independently! I’m so thankful for the fact that he can entertain himself because it gives so much opportunity to get stuff done! Here are ten super easy independent play ideas to hopefully entertain your … More Independent Play Ideas!
Little man is getting to that age where he is into buttons, switches, clips, anything and everything seems to fascinate him which is awesome for play time! Everyday we seem to find something new and exciting to do play with whether it be a battery less t.v. remote or my empty travel mug, common household … More Dollar Tree Busy Board
Hey friends! It’s been a little while since we last met and I’m glad to say its’s been one heck of an adventure since my last post! School got hectic, Army got hectic, and being a mama to a rambunctious now 16 month old had just worn me out! We took a quick break to … More New England Mama Takes a Break
I love peanut butter, super versatile, a good source of protein, what more do you need? We always have peanut butter in the house and for good reason, we use it in our granola bars, on toast, and recently I learned a great way to make cookies out of the tasty spread! This three ingredient … More Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies
Recently I was on the hunt for some good article ideas to switch up the content of the blog, and one idea that seemed to really stick out was an article capturing what your work space looked like, and it got me thinking about the evolution of my work spaces over the years and figured … More What’s a Desk? The Evolution of My Work Space.
Alright a few of you may have noticed over the past few months or so the blog has been bustling significantly more than this time last year. This time last year I posted maybe twice a month, but now I post atleast twice a week. This mama has decided to step up her game and … More New England Mama Giveaway!
Recently (yesterday) If finished the final episode of season three of the Masterpiece Classic Poldark, having also recently caught up on the final episode of season two of the Masterpiece Classic Victoria, this Mama is in DIRE NEED of a new period piece drama series to indulge in! With that being said, I’m about to … More Binge Worthy T.V. Series: My Top 5 Period Pieces
In this week’s installment we discuss the correlation between my lack of parenting skills with the lack of pants on my son. My son is a wild thirteen month old, and although he was not always this rowdy and quick on his feet, he has never been a fan of pants. At first he was … More Why Am I Allowed to Parent: Where Are Your Pants?