What to Expect at a Comic Con

When I started going to comic con-type events, there were only a handful. Most people know the big one - San Diego Comic Con. And if you are in the Southeast, DragonCon is the big destination. Over the last 10 years more and more comic cons have popped up. So much that you can't go … Continue reading What to Expect at a Comic Con

Weekly in Review – A Field Trip, A Road Trip, Meatballs and a Shower Curtain Made for Moms

It was quite a busy week! I started by touring a local paper mill, braved the giant expanse of IKEA for a new chair, went on a road trip to the Smoky Mountains and tried out a cool shower curtain by Summora that has special pockets for your phone and baby monitor. Week in Review … Continue reading Weekly in Review – A Field Trip, A Road Trip, Meatballs and a Shower Curtain Made for Moms

10 Reasons Why There Are So Many Mommy Bloggers

You can't look up a recipe, craft or any kind of parenting advice without stumbling into a "Mommy Blog." There are thousands out there and more added every day. So why are so many women turning to mommy blogging? 1 - You are a mom who blogs - Not necessarily all moms who blog are … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why There Are So Many Mommy Bloggers

World Mental Health Day and Blogging to Stay Sane

I often joke that I started writing a blog to stay sane through the craziness of parenting, but I think that anyone who writes as therapy knows it's not really a joke. All of it. It's all true. (yes I just quoted Star Wars) Sometimes I feel like people just love categorizing all the things … Continue reading World Mental Health Day and Blogging to Stay Sane

Week in Review – Coop 303, Moms Night Out, a Day at the Farm and WHODIDS

We had a fun week with two mom events, a much needed date night and trying out a new game. Week in Review Oct. 1 - Oct. 7 Coop 303 - We finally got to try out the newest restaurant in Atlantic Beach, Coop 303. The first time we stopped in there was a two … Continue reading Week in Review – Coop 303, Moms Night Out, a Day at the Farm and WHODIDS

You Know You’re a Mom When – The Day Butt Paste Enters Your Vocabulary

I still remember my baby shower. I was a beautiful affair, filled with friends, food, gifts and Butt Paste. ** I received this product for free from MomsMeet.com in exchange for an honest review and this post contains affiliate links ** Seriously. Gift after gift I would find a tube of Boudreaux's Butt Paste included. … Continue reading You Know You’re a Mom When – The Day Butt Paste Enters Your Vocabulary

Let the Games Begin, Starting with a BittBoy Mini Game System

When my husband saw our son playing with a BittBoy, his reaction was "Well I guess this is the start of the video games..." It was said with a bit of disdain, as if it were a bad turn in our son's development. My reaction was a little different. Imagine me saying the same thing, … Continue reading Let the Games Begin, Starting with a BittBoy Mini Game System

What about BOB? The case of JetBlue, Aer Lingus and a Missing Stroller

We had an amazing Ireland vacation in July! Unfortunately it was the last time we were to ever see our beloved BOB. You see, BOB got stuck on an Aer Lingus flight that transferred to JetBlue and nobody seems to know what happened to him. He's kind of bulky and hard to misplace, with his … Continue reading What about BOB? The case of JetBlue, Aer Lingus and a Missing Stroller

Week in Review – A Belated Easter, Surfing Moms, a Podcast, a Baby Shower and an Early Christmas

This week we dyed Easter eggs (a little late), I took a surfing lesson, threw a baby shower, did a podcast with Tandem Media and got a pretty personalized ornament from Ornaments with Love. Week in Review Sept. 24 - 30 A Belated Easter - My son spotted an easter egg decorating kit that we … Continue reading Week in Review – A Belated Easter, Surfing Moms, a Podcast, a Baby Shower and an Early Christmas

My Experience with Lash Extensions from Day One to a Month Later

I have short little sparse lashes that stick out instead of curling up. Even the best plumping mascara doesn't do much, so when I'm dressing up and want my eyes to stand out, I turn to false lashes. I've also tried Latisse, which worked to a degree, but never quite looked as good as the … Continue reading My Experience with Lash Extensions from Day One to a Month Later