Raising Kids, Stay At Home Mom

How To Talk To Your Kids About Why You Have To Stay Home

This week staying at home just got real for everyone. Most public places are closed, church has been cancelled indefinitely, stores are out of canned food and toilet paper, and we are not doing play dates. We homeschool, so thankfully our school routine will be pretty much unchanged at a time where everyone is experiencing… Read More How To Talk To Your Kids About Why You Have To Stay Home

Baby, Raising Kids, Stay At Home Mom

5 Simple Things Stay At Home Moms Should Do To Avoid Feeling Depressed

If you’re a stay at home mom with young kids, it’s highly likely that you have felt slightly depressed or lonely at some point. I know I have. It’s natural to put your children’s needs before your own, and necessary most of the time when they are babies and toddlers. Our to do list grows… Read More 5 Simple Things Stay At Home Moms Should Do To Avoid Feeling Depressed

Baby, Pregnancy, Stay At Home Mom

How To Stop Peeing Your Pants After Kids: The Mutu System

Beware, this is about to get personal! I don’t exactly consider myself “postpartum” anymore…my youngest is nearly 3. Even still, my bladder control got so much worse after my last pregnancy. I couldn’t sneeze, run, or go to a trampoline park without leaking. Like many moms, I thought panty liners were my long term solution.… Read More How To Stop Peeing Your Pants After Kids: The Mutu System

Cleaning & Organizing

My Unsponsored Review Of Dropps Laundry Detergent, Fabric Softener, & Dish Pods

After trying Dropps laundry detergent pods, oxi-booster pods, fabric softener pods, and dishwashing detergent pods, I’m hooked. If you’re curious if these are actually all people rave about, here’s my unsponsored review of Dropps Pods! Please note, I have ordered and reordered these pods and this post is not sponsored. While I would never do… Read More My Unsponsored Review Of Dropps Laundry Detergent, Fabric Softener, & Dish Pods

Homeschool

Our Relaxed Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule & Curriculum Choices

When I was creating our kindergarten homeschool schedule and gathering ideas for curriculum, many moms said, “Don’t fret. Work on reading and math and let them play!” While that’s great advice, I wanted some specifics, which is what I’m going to share with you. You probably have questions like what a typical day might look… Read More Our Relaxed Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule & Curriculum Choices