Tired, Stressed, and Not Giving Up

Tired, Stressed, And Not Giving Up

I’ve been in a weird phase this month—I’ve either been go, go, go or Netflix binge for hours. I can’t seem to find my healthy pace of life—relaxing while being somewhat productive. Read More

Life Lessons I Learned From My Baby

Life Lessons I Learned from My Baby

Each morning as I wake up for the fifth time, exhausted and a little cranky, I think of the day that lies ahead of me and the overwhelm kicks into gear. Then I look over at my sweet baby waking in his bassinet. Read More

Just Walk Out The Door: The Importance of Mom Friends

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If there is one survival tip I can relay to new mothers who are struggling, it’s this: find your people. Having mom friends has made me a different mom. I have often called them my lifelines, because I truly don’t know what raising my children up until this point would have looked like without them. Read More

Happy in the Midst of Insanity: Raising My Standards…Maybe

Happy in the Midst of Insanity

I was talking to some friends the other day about how the past few months have been crazy, and even stressful in some ways as we try to deal with the logistics of three kids, work, elderly dogs and us all sharing a bathroom with a doorknob that regularly falls off. But that at the same time I’ve been feeling deliriously happy about my life. My family. The future. Read More

Cooking with Kids & Healthy Eating! Interview with Kitchen Club Kids

As the holiday season approaches, many of us have plenty of family time ahead to look forward to! In preparation for a season that often means many hours spent in the kitchen, Mom’s Choice Awards® had the chance to chat with Larry Puzniak, father of two young boys (2 and 4) and co-author/creator of the Mom’s Choice Award-winning Kitchen Club Kids books. Read More