This post may contain affiliate links.
When you’re a kid, you’re wishing you were 21 so you could go out and do fun adult things, then you become an adult and you’re wishing you could change back time, am I right?
I just turned 37 last month, and although I wasn’t okay with aging once I hit my 30s, I am completely okay with it now since it’s all about how you feel, and I still feel youthful. My skin, on the other hand, could use some TLC since I have sun-damaged skin resulting in freckles and bumpy, uneven skin texture.
This post is sponsored by Boiron® and PTPA. As always, all opinions and statements are my own and were not influenced in any way.
It’s officially summer, and we’ve been hit with a mild cold over here, at least, my 1-year-old daughter and I have. Colds are always a downer, especially in the summer when you have a bunch of plans and then one mysteriously pops up right before a trip. Luckily, we’re just staying home this time, but it’s still no fun to have to endure when you’re sick yourself and have to take care of kids who are also sick.
I’ve had my eye on Great Wolf Lodge for a few years now since I love water parks. We used to go to Wild Waves every year with a group of people and it was a ton of fun. Now that we have kids, I figured I’d use it as an excuse to take them to Great Wolf Lodge for our oldest daughter’s almost 4th birthday last month since it’s indoor and we don’t have to worry about the weather ruining our fun if it were to be cold and dreary with the PNWs fickleness.
This post is sponsored by Brita, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Even though Earth Day has come and passed this year, I still try to make it a point to do something that makes our lives cleaner and ends up leaving less of a footprint here on earth.
Sometimes convenience gets in the way when we’re on the go, but we do try to avoid one of the biggest sources of plastic waste, you guessed it… water bottles.
“This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of
Sposie Booster Pads, the number one brand in diaper doublers. All opinions are entirely
Your little one is finally sleeping peacefully at night and the last thing you want to do is disturb them for a middle of the night diaper change. That is unless, they wake you up crying because they’ve soaked through their diapers, clothes, or bedding.
I don’t know how many diaper leaks I’ve dealt with from my toddler and now 11-month-old baby. It’s honestly too many to even comprehend at this point.
After dealing with our kids constantly waking up wet, which meant constant sheet washing, we needed to find a resolution for our parenting woes because this mama is tired over here!