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How to Survive A Road Trip With A Toddler [Without Electronics!]

We did it. A cross-country road trip with a 15-month-old toddler and a 105 pound German Shepard. 7 days in the car, 50 hours, 3,400 miles from San Diego, California to Portland, Maine. And we survived! When I tell people this, they look at me like we're completely nuts. Some moms are too scared ... READ the POST

10 Of The Best Gifts For New Moms

*This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation if you choose to click on them or make a purchase. It's finally that time of year when everyone is scrambling to find the best gifts for their loved ones. I don't know about you, but we've done zero Christmas shopping so far. Not a ... READ the POST

How To Get A Long-Lasting Manicure At Home

 *This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CNDVINYLUXatRA #CollectiveBias  I'm a girl who loves a good manicure so I love to save time and money by doing my nails myself at home. Between constantly typing on my computer, cleaning ... READ the POST

Our Honest Thoughts On The Ferber Method [+ How We Sleep Trained Our Toddler]

If you've been following along, you know that we "sleep trained" from the get-go. And when I say 'sleep training', I mean we taught our daughter how to sleep and always promoted good sleep habits with her. I felt that it would be so much more beneficial as well as easier to teach her how to sleep ... READ the POST

5 Easy Ways To Stay Healthy While Traveling

*This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #NatureMadeProbiotics #CollectiveBias Growing up, traveling meant my sisters and I got to eat whatever we wanted and the last thing on my mind as a child was making healthy choices and ... READ the POST

Family Outing At Pumpkin Valley Farm

Last weekend, our little family decided it was time to go pumpkin picking. Like apple picking, picking a pumpkin is always high on our fall to-do list. Just from scrolling Instagram and looking at my Facebook feed, it seemed that a lot of people (if not everyone), went to Pumpkin Valley Farm in ... READ the POST