I am so grateful to have a husband that is super hands-on with our kids and our household! Cameron and I have a pretty good system of splitting the workload 50/50. While he engages in tickle fights with Cami and Hendrix, I wash and fold laundry. While I build peg towers with the kids, Cameron washes dishes. That being said, even in a home where both parents take an active role with the kids and the chores, there is just something about mamas that make us the ultimate “command center” for the goings on of the household. As I prepare both kids to get back into the swing of things for the new school year, I am relying on a few hacks I have learned that make #momlife so much easier.
For the past two years my former college roommates and I have planned a girl’s trip. It is a standing appointment we make for the the end of July and I have to say that it’s one of my most anticipated events each year. Throughout the year we make plans and communicate via our “girls trip (bikini emoji)” group text. After arrangements have been made and tickets from our respective cities have been booked, we meet up, catch up, and relax. Now that we have a few girl’s trips under our belts, I wanted to share some secrets to how we keep the girl’s trip tradition alive. It is my hope that you will feel inspired and plan your own annual girl’s trip with your favorite gal pals because it’s just good for the soul! Here are 4 keys to planning the perfect girl’s trip to help you get the ball rolling.
Camilla is beginning her last year in Pre-K this year and then it’s off to big school (which I can’t even wrap my mind around how I am going to just drop her off at somebody’s elementary school!). For now Cami is rockin’ the hallway of her preparatory academy Pre-K wing and she is doing it in style! Just because most days she has to wear a uniform to school, doesn’t mean she has to be boring! Check out how we are styling her back to school clothes, uniform and all, and not breaking the bank by shopping Walmart Kid’s Fashion on Walmart.com
For as long as I can remember the 4th of July has always had a special place in my heart as far as holidays are concerned. There is just something about the whole country coming together and enjoying time with family and friends. That char-grill smell in the air, and the sound of splashes around the pool. Yes, my friends, Independence Day is upon us and I am sharing 3 tips for throwing the best 4th of July Celebration!
With a state as big as mine, it’s super easy to have big reasons to love it! My list of things that aren’t so great comes down to 3 things: heat, humidity, mosquitoes. This summer I am determined to not let mosquitoes kill our vibe of wanting to spend time as a family outside. With a few simple tips to keeping mosquitoes at bay, I am taking back summer and sharing 4 ways to enjoy time outside your family.