A Prom Survival Guide for Mom

A Prom Survival Guide for Mom

Prom is stupid. Sure, I know that sounds a bit harsh, but I’m just not the kind of mom who gets all excited about spending loads of money to send a kid to a party. Go ahead, call me a party-pooper, but that’s just the way I feel. However, as stupid as I think proms are, I… Continue Reading

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Planning a Family Movie Night When You Have Teens

Planning a Family Movie Night When You Have Teens

 This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #YourTaxCash #CollectiveBias Raise your hand if you did not waste your tax refund! If you took my advice, you should have some extra money left over to reward yourself and your family. Our reward took full advantage… Continue Reading

Printable Spring Activities for Your Kids

Printable Spring Activities for Your Kids

Spring is almost here. I can tell because my allergies are already starting to make things very difficult for me! And, while I considered taking a pill and going into hiding, I decided to spend some time helping you keep your kids occupied instead. I went digging through the blog to find all the fun Spring… Continue Reading

LEGO Batman Movie – In Theaters This Week!

LEGO Batman Movie – In Theaters This Week!

You know we love movies around here, and even though the kids are barely “kids” anymore, we’re all extremely excited about The LEGO Batman Movie, which premieres this weekend. If you’re excited too, read on for a sneak peek. You’ll also find a chance to win a LEGO Batman prize pack, including $25 Visa gift card to… Continue Reading

Back to School, Back to Routines

Back to School, Back to Routines

This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. It’s time to go back to school and in this house, that means back to routines, back to reminders and back to fighting off morning chaos.  And, while I’m never 100% successful at it, I’ve learned a few ways… Continue Reading

Share a Reading Treat to Help Kids Start School Like a Champion

Share a Reading Treat to Help Kids Start School Like a Champion

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company, Kellogg Company, J.M. Smucker Company, and The HERSHEY’S Company. All opinions are mine alone. #StartSchoolLikeAChampion #CollectiveBias Between preparing for back to school and the thrill of the 2016 Olympic Games, there’s a lot to be excited about these days. And, while you’re buzzing around getting everything just right,… Continue Reading

Keeping Your Teen Safe Behind The Wheel

Keeping Your Teen Safe Behind The Wheel

Teen drivers. While we don’t have one yet, we will very soon. And since I’m a good (s)mother, I’m extremely concerned about keeping my teen safe while she’s driving. I’m sure those of you with teens can relate, so I’m happy to share these eight helpful tips for keeping your teenager safe behind the wheel. 8… Continue Reading

Mother’s Day Coloring Pages

Mother’s Day Coloring Pages

The contest has ended, but the coloring page is still available below. Enjoy!! I’ve got Mother’s Day on my mind, so I’m preempting this week’s Mondays Mom and What Mama Learned to tell you about a Mother’s Day contest FOR YOUR KIDS!! If you have a child who enjoys coloring, here’s a chance for him… Continue Reading

Homeschool Review: Times Tales from The Trigger Memory Co.

Homeschool Review: Times Tales from The Trigger Memory Co.

This review was facilitated by Schoolhouse Review Crew and The Trigger Memory Co. We’re back with another homeschool curriculum review. We’re improving multiplication skills with a digital product called Times Tales from The Trigger Memory Co. If you’re looking for a quick way to teach the upper multiplication facts, you’ll want to check this out! About Times Tales Times… Continue Reading

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