Pokemon GO: Late to the Game

Shortly after my son was born, Pokemon GO became a thing. So of course I downloaded it, chose my team and gave it a try. I tossed my poke balls and played for about 10 minutes before my newborn son started crying and needed a feeding or diaper change or something that was a million … Continue reading Pokemon GO: Late to the Game

Country Style Ribs with Tiger Tail Sauce

Tiger Tail has a delicious line of mustard and fusion BBQ sauces that taste great as a sauce, or as a condiment. When they contacted me about doing a recipe post, I wanted to create something a little different and incorporate their sauce into one of my favorite recipes and give it a new twist. … Continue reading Country Style Ribs with Tiger Tail Sauce

Mommy Bloggers Ruined Pinterest

When Pinterest first came out, I thought it was a great place to find and collect cool photos of things and inspiration. I created boards like "Hair Color Ideas" or "House Inspiration" and they were filled with pretty photos I could easily glance at while looking over the board. Fast forward to a few years … Continue reading Mommy Bloggers Ruined Pinterest

Is Hybrid Publishing My Best Option?

This week a book publisher contacted me after reading my blog. She was very interested and suggested possibly writing a children's book. Since I have been working on a book about my IVF experience and this would be a great way to get my foot in the door, I was totally doing the happy dance … Continue reading Is Hybrid Publishing My Best Option?

Movie Review: Scooby-Doo! And the Curse of the 13th Ghost

The mystery of the 13th ghost is finally revealed in the new Scooby-Doo full-length animated film, Scooby-Doo! And the Curse of the 13th Ghost, now available on Digital and DVD from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Keep reading for our movie night experience and a fun kids activity to go with the movie!

Bring in the Geek

I spent about an hour on Saturday rearranging and adding new categories. This blog is a constant, always morphing project, so each time I find a little more focus I like to rearrange and fine-tune my categories. I was inspired Geek of the Week GeekMomLife and figured it was time to bring a little more "geek" … Continue reading Bring in the Geek

Two Easy Ways to Make Play-Doh Valentines

After a total Halloween and Christmas candy overload, this year I wanted to make my son Valentine cards that didn't have any sweets with them. Relatively cheap and easy were also at the top of my requirement list, so after a quick Google search, Play-Doh looked like a fun way to go. (*Warning: there will be … Continue reading Two Easy Ways to Make Play-Doh Valentines

Dining Out With Kids: I Don’t Want You to Sit Next to Me Either

The other day on Facebook a friend of mine mentioned how she hates to be seated next to a family with small children when she's looking forward to a nice quiet dinner. Oh really? Like anyone wants that? It may be my own small child but I don't want to sit next to him either. … Continue reading Dining Out With Kids: I Don’t Want You to Sit Next to Me Either

When Potty Training Regresses

We were doing so good. SO good. All the poops went in the potty for the past few weeks and I was beginning to think we would soon be moving away from pull-ups even at night. Then he spoke the dreaded words: "Mommy, I want to poop in a pull-up." The answer was, of course, … Continue reading When Potty Training Regresses

Geek of the Week: Becca from When Fit Hits the Shan

I am really enjoying getting everyone's answers to these questions! This week's featured geek is Becca who blogs at WhenFitHitstheShan.com 1) Let's start with the basics - name, what do you do, etc. I'm Becca Sheffield. I'm a "Professional Mom"- with a degree in Child Development, experience coaching parents and children, and of course my … Continue reading Geek of the Week: Becca from When Fit Hits the Shan