Finding time is really challenging. Here is what I do to find balance and carve out time for myself and friends too!
Valentine's Day is coming, but I am an old married couple who celebrates the same way every year.
It's that time again... time to make new resolutions for the new year!
When my twins were not hitting their developmental milestones, I knew I needed to reach out for help.
My husband and I are both Jewish and neither one of us grew up celebrating Christmas. This is the first year my three-year old daughter understands holidays and she has heard of Christmas and I can see she wants in. My husband and I have explained we don’t celebrate Christmas because we’re Jewish and it’s not our holiday. She seems to be all right with this. Still, a part of me is waiting for the moment it really sinks in.
Having three girls may seem like someone’s worst nightmare, but I absolutely LOVE it. Here are 4 things I look forward to with my girls.
At the end of the day, I really do not want to think “What’s for dinner?” Breakfast for dinner is something I did not grow up eating, but I love it. Well, now life is getting even easier. McDonald’s is introducing Breakfast All Day. (This is a sponsored blog.)