If you are a parent you know full well that pep talks are a staple in the home. Now, I don't know much when it comes to boys but girls I've got you covered. By the age of well 3, girls need pep talks. It's not really big things but the general, " Honey, she… Continue reading Pep Talk Ended
I grew up with a mother who was very protective. She fought battles for me like a fierce lioness and heaven help the people she was defending me from. Now I may be a little more relaxed than my mom but not by much. So heres the warning for all those boys out there that… Continue reading Don’t Poke The Bear
Mike and I allow our kids some play time on our phones. They have a couple of games they have downloaded and get a limited amount of play time on them. However Kayla, otherwise known as, miss smarty pants, has learned how to download free games and wallpapers at an alarming rate. None of this… Continue reading Scared Stupid
After a good nights rest it's always a shock to wake up to three little girls in the mood for destruction, mayhem and lets not listen to mom!!!! They are wonderful girls (most of the time) but some mornings all you can do is...GRRRRRRRRRRR when they get this way. Trust me if it's really bad… Continue reading Drive Me Cranky
Yesterday was the first day of First Grade for my twin tornadoes, Kayla and Reagan and it was a SUCCESS!!!! Kayla has been chomping at the bit for days to go back to school. She was so excited the day before she could hardly eat! (that is something I am totally unfamiliar with myself) Reagan… Continue reading Score!!!!!
I'm not a newbie to road trips. I used to take my oldest on them all the time. We would hop in the car and just go. Stop along the way, grab snacks at stores where we stopped to use the potty, listen to music and generally just have a great time. Now I realize… Continue reading Road Trips
Well Kayla and I after several days finally got to make our Nailed It! cake. We had a blast. I'm covered in flour (Kayla somehow dodged that bullet) and icing is everywhere in my kitchen but it was worth it. Now when I'm old and gray Kayla is confident that she can make me a… Continue reading That’s A Wrap
Kids at any age have the power to get into hi-jinks that frustrate their parents. That's nothing new. On any given day I'm sure parents practice "Wou Saw" at least 10-15 times without thinking about it. Twins however seem to have the ability to move the hi-jinks to a higher playing field. I'm fairly certain… Continue reading Twin Power