Hey y’all. It’s Jess again bringing in another way to continue saving this beautiful world of ours by practicing the most important part of recycling- reusing.
You ever look at some of your stuff and thing why did I buy this? Why do I still have it? Oh well may I’ll find a use for it eventually.
If your answer is all the time, solidarity because same.
Babies have an especially quick way of filling our homes with “stuff.” Stuff people give you. Stuff your pregnant mind says you absolutely must have. Stuff a new grandma just can’t wait to see her baby play with or wear. Stuff.
I had mountains of stuff. My daughter was my mother’s first grandchild and it showed. She was so excited about her that we got monthly boxes of clothes, toys, and other random Knick knacks.
Reducing Your Carbon Footprint During The Holidays!
Happy Holidays! Ariel here this week.
I’m going to be adding on to Jess’ amazing post about #OptOutside. (If you didn’t get a chance to check it out yet, make sure you do by clicking here.)
We’re all doing our best every single day to reduce our impact on the world and our carbon footprint, but that’s especially difficult around the holidays. I have a couple helpful tips that you can use to reduce how much waste is involved!
Lessons learned on my coparenting journey
Hey Ya’ll, it’s Erin.
Parenting with someone you love is super tricky.
Parenting with someone you’re no longer with can seem almost impossible.
I’ve been on a coparenting journey for about 2 years now.
It hasn’t always been easy, but I can say that it’s become easier over time.
I’d like to share some coparenting tips that I’ve learned along the way.
Cats and Kids: What their behaviors mean
Hey y’all. Jess again!
I am back to my series on how to keep the peace between your fur babies and your human babies. I know not everyone has dogs so let’s talk about your human babies with a different kind of furry creature–a cat.
Full disclosure: I do not own a cat. I never have. I have had very limited interactions with cats as I am ridiculously allergic to them so everything I am sharing with you is based on research and not personal experiences. I do love these furry creatures though!
Let’s first do a quick run-through of what anxious behaviors look like in cats