Dear Single Mama, I see you doing everything – literally everything – with all your heart and all your will… Photo by Erica of EBC Photos Nursing all night or warming up bottles. Doing each diaper change, outfit swap, kitchen cleaning, toilet scrubbing, meal prepping… Read More

  When it comes to the holiday season, making themed gift guides is one of my favorite things. I find it oddly therapeutic to sit at my computer all night working on rounding up some of my favorite things, plus handpicking items… Read More

photo, Sarah Hopper To my sweet (and at times, salty) 4-year-old bundle of joy (and energy!), It’s your birthday and I literally cannot believe you are F O U R! When talking about babies, everyone always says “it seems like just yesterday… Read More

Photo by Bubba Durket The more I’m surrounded by today’s hustle and bustle and modern day living where every 30-something neeeeds an “epic Bali adventure”, a “sickkkk vacation to Europe”, or constant nights out, I find myself asking repeatedly, “What if I’m okay with living the simple… Read More

Ahhh, motherhood. Sweet, sweet motherhood. Behind the lack of sleep and momnesia, there’s so much beauty within everyday moments and memories. It’s no secret our littles grow way too fast and suddenly turn into 2 and 3-year-olds who seem to be going… Read More

Tanny and I are totally head-over-heels for his new lunch box, so we wanted to say hiiii and share!     What I love as a mom: the compartments that tell you exactly what to pack [dairy, protein, veggies, fruits, grains, and… Read More

Is it just me, or is this generation of moms like total babes?! I mean, not even speaking for personal experience muahah – seriously, like everyone in my mom group, or other mamas I see wandering North County are like the modern… Read More

Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe…Organic Pouches who are the Best in Show…

I recently posted a picture on my fitness Instagram where I shared my love for the organic pouches hitting the baby (errrr busy/traveling/running out the door mama) market by storm. I don’t know why it took me nearly ten months to figure… Read More