We love summer nights in New York City & we also love each other very much.
If anyone knows about dining out with little ones, it’s us.
We are constantly eating out with our little guys and have learned a few tricks on making our experience a good one. Of course, we have learned through trial and error. So to save you the headache here are four tips on surviving a restaurant with little ones: Continue reading “Tips on Surviving a Restaurant”
I would like to start off by saying that I am very grateful for the job I have. The flexibility is definitely a perk that you can’t just find anywhere and I am very grateful for the people I have been able to meet.
Recently, I got offered more hours at work and I said yes in a heartbeat because we could really use the extra money. The extra hours include traveling– which I love. However, after the first few days of traveling across the city, I noticed a change in the way I handled things at home. Continue reading “Pros & Cons of Being a Working Mama”
I love to laugh!
As I scroll through my camera roll, I have noticed that most of my pictures are of my children or me cracking up. Continue reading “Ten Favorite Motherhood Memes”
Although we’d all like parenting to come with a manual, it doesn’t.
But thankfully we have books! And lots of them! 😀 Continue reading “4 Favorite Parenting Books”
New York City
I have never actually realized how blessed I am to live in one of the biggest cities in the world. My parents were extremely strict as I was growing up so I could not really explore the city and because I got married at a very young age, my life has always been in my little corner of Manhattan. Continue reading “Raising Little Ones in the Big City (Pros & Cons)”
There is something quite special about summer nights in New York City…
The sun is out longer, there seems to be so many more fun activities and those wonderful ice cream trucks roam the city. Continue reading “Let the Long Summer Nights Begin!”
Avoiding sibling jealousy can be a very difficult task.
A week after I arrived home from delivering my second child, my first punched my little one in the stomach because he wanted the baby’s bottle of milk. Continue reading “Avoiding Sibling Jealousy”
We’ve all been there. You try and try your best and then that moment arrives that makes you feel like you are the worlds worst mother. I get it!
Let me tell you a little story. Do you have your cup of coffee? Or tea? Or wine? Continue reading “When You’ve “Failed” As a Mom”
In honor of Mother’s Day, I was inspired to write a post on the story behind the sunflower I post so much:
If I have learned anything through pageantry, it’s that there should be meaning behind everything we do. Continue reading “Behind the Sunflower”