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Spring Bucket List with Free Printable

Spring Bucket List with Free Printable Spring is in the air and it’s time to get outdoors and do all the fun things! There’s so much to love about Spring like the beautiful weather, flowers blooming, birds chirping, and even spring cleaning. It’s the time of year everything feels fresh and new and I am […]

New Year Goal Setting for Kids with Free Printable

A new year means a clean slate and it’s always a good idea to jot down some objectives or set goals. I love doing this as a family and involving my kids. It helps them focus and teaches them to work for the things they want to accomplish. It can be challenging for kids to […]

5 Ways to Support Your Creative Friends for Free!

As a blogger and digital content creator, I know how hard it can be to have a job as a creative. I work tirelessly to create original, interesting and relatable content and sometimes it just doesn’t get seen by anyone. It’s frustrating and sometimes it makes me want to quit but I honestly love what […]

Tips for the Jedi Training Academy at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World soon and your kids are Star Wars fans they may want to participate in the Jedi Training: Trials of The Temple at Hollywood Studios. My youngest son, Jacob, has done it twice now and loves it! I know other parents want their kids to try it […]

Pros & Cons of Staying on Property at Walt Disney World

As an annual passholder for Walt Disney World, the number one question I usually get from anyone planning a trip is “Should I stay at the Disney Hotels?” This is a loaded question with a not so simple answer. If you are a first timer (have never ever been to Disney World before) then I […]

Simplify Your Mom Life with These 20 Items

Mom life is hard y’all. Point blank. Over the 7 (almost 8) year I’ve been a mom I’ve tried so many items and some have been amazing while others have been pure garbage. It’s part of motherhood to test out all the products we get told we need for our kids. I’m here to save […]

What Your Child Really Needs to Know Before Starting Kindergarten

I was an Early Childhood teacher for a few years. It was hard and stressful yet rewarding and inspiring all at the same time. To be honest, it kind of reminds me of motherhood! I worked mostly with little ones ages 3-6 and even taught Kindergarten for a year so I have a pretty good […]

Taking a Child with Autism to Disney World

Going anywhere with a child with Autism (or any special need) can be overwhelming to say the least. It’s part of the reason so many special needs parents opt out of going to lots of places and Disney World can be one of the most intimidating places to visit. My son David has been going […]

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