Parenting

4 TIPS TO SURVIVE THE FINANCIAL JUNGLE

My post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are, as always, mine alone. #DataAndAMovie #CollectiveBias So I just made the move to being a completely stay-at-home-mom.  Yup.  Hurdle crossed. But, my goodness is it hard.  Sure, the constant crying, endless nap schedule, feedings, laundry etc. are all a pain more »

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NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS: 2016

Tis the season for resolutions, and reflecting on things that worked last year and what didn’t. We are finally starting to feel settled in our home, we welcomed our second child into the world and into our family, and we also learned that we needed to tighten our wallet a bit more since I am more »

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PAJAMA CHRISTMAS PARTY

Everyone grows up with different things they love.  My husband always loved baseball and Star Wars.  My brother was a Warcraft nerd.  For whatever reason, my dad has a real passion for Moxie the soda drink.  My mom always loved knitting and being crafty.  But me? Well – I’m a nerd too and, true, I more »

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Baby’s First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving has always been a special holiday in the Tall Family.  It’s Tall Dad’s favorite holiday (it’s only competition is Trade Deadline Day for Major League Baseball – and, yes, he considers that a holiday) and while I always consider myself a true Christmas Elf, I really enjoy the idea of family getting together just more »

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Potty Training Tips Tricks and Advice

Potty training is hard.  Well, not for everyone I suppose.  You could have a prodigy who goes from diaper to porcelain throne within two days.  (By the way, I am very jealous of whoever that is.) But for us common folk – it’s the source of a lot of stress.  In fact, I’d say I’m more »

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