Working Better with Migraine Glasses from Axon Optics

As I sat down at my desk this morning to type this post, my computer sprung to life and I immediately squinted as the harsh glare from the screen hit my eyes. My head had that tight feeling from a bit of sinus congestion thanks to the cold weather. Normally I can't look at the computer … Continue reading Working Better with Migraine Glasses from Axon Optics

Hola Baby! Learning Spanish with DinoLingo

When I was pregnant, I had all kinds of big ideas about how I would raise our son. One of them was to teach him Spanish as a baby. Nevermind the fact that I am not fluent in Spanish, nor is anyone in our household. I did very well in my college Spanish classes and … Continue reading Hola Baby! Learning Spanish with DinoLingo

How to Drink Wine Like a Mother

It's no secret moms like wine. I liked wine way before becoming a mom, I just feel it calling to me a little more now when the evening rolls around and it's been a long day of nonstop "Mommy, Mommy, Mommy." I guess it seems just a little more acceptable than knocking back a few … Continue reading How to Drink Wine Like a Mother

The Evolution of Slime

A few months back, I was contacted by a gourmet slime maker (it's the only way I can think to describe it) and sent a few jars to try out for the blog. Wow. Slime has come along way since I was little! We also recently got to try out a different type of slime … Continue reading The Evolution of Slime

Inspired by Zelda: STL Ocarina Takes Ocarinas Beyond the Gaming World

Do you remember playing the recorder in school? For a lot of kids, it's their first musical instrument. I actually kept mine for years afterwards even though the only thing I could play was Hot Cross Buns and some terrible song about a goose dying called Go Tell Aunt Rhody. I think I would have … Continue reading Inspired by Zelda: STL Ocarina Takes Ocarinas Beyond the Gaming World

Fun Things to Do with Dinosaur Feet

If you happen to have a pair of dinosaur slippers and are interested in taking them beyond the lounging stage and really make them live up to their potential, here's your handy guide! Featuring the new roaring dinosaur slippers from BunnySlippers.com. These ferociously fun Dinosaur Feet Slippers are made with a velvety green scale-textured fabric with … Continue reading Fun Things to Do with Dinosaur Feet

Taco Party with Save the Day Seasonings and Tryazon

Tryazon sent me a great selection of Save the Day Seasonings to throw a little spice sampling get-together. I was going to be on a family vacation at the time and thought it would be fun to make dinner for everyone one night! I decided to do three different style tacos so that we could … Continue reading Taco Party with Save the Day Seasonings and Tryazon

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

How to Make the Bed with a Toddler in 6 Easy Steps

Today we'll be covering one of life's great mysteries- how to make the bed with a toddler around. A very interested toddler who may or may not be making lumps all up in your covers. Here's how to do it in 6 easy steps! 1) Pick out your sheets and prepare. California Design Den sent … Continue reading How to Make the Bed with a Toddler in 6 Easy Steps

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