A Collection of Resources for SPD (and more)

Many of these websites and articles go beyond Sensory Processing Disorder. The world of special needs is not cut and dry. In fact, SPD has come under scrutiny in the medical world just as ADHD and autism have in the past. I just focus on the actual struggles attributed to SPD because it’s my own […]

Perspective: Just Another Tuesday as a SAHM

I actually wrote this late at night last week. I tend to sit on the late-night posts because sometimes I know I may regret them in the morning. After 7 days I came back to re-read this one and I think it’s only fair that I get over it and post it on the World […]

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Team Us: Marriage Together By Ashleigh Slater (REVIEW and GIVEAWAY!)

(Read all the way down to enter the giveaway!) Don’t be deterred by the title or the timing with the upcoming love holiday. I think this book is a great read for anyone at any point regardless of relationship status. Marriage is hard work. It takes constant commitment and determination to work through all the crazy, unexpected things together. You […]

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Easy Reese’s Cookies

Oh my. I am so happy these turned out so yummy. Thanks to Influenster and Reese’s for the opportunity to try this tasty new product! I received my voxbox this afternoon. It happened to be naptime and I hit the trifecta (all three kids sleeping at once!!) so I got into the kitchen for a […]

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Kid’s Nonfiction Kindle Books – Under $3

If you’re looking for some books for your kid’s Kindle library these beautiful nonfiction books will make a great addition. These would also be great for anyone homeschooling young kids. A quick, simple book with big, eye-catching pictures can go a long way when it comes to teaching about different topics. You can tie these […]

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Learning About Days, Months, and Seasons

As we tried to explain the New Year’s thing to the 3 and 4 year olds last night we realized they have absolutely no clue whatsoever about months of the year . . . or days of the week . . . or that it won’t snow in summer (Thanks freaking Olaf!!). They kind of […]

All the Junk Cookie Bars

ALL the Junk Cookie Bars

These cookie bars though. Oh my. This recipe has been FANTASTIC over the holidays. Anytime you have some extra “junk” or leftovers pull out this easy cookie-based recipe and throw it all in together. I’ve added m&ms and crushed candy cane post-Christmas (in the pictures) The marshmallows make it super gooey and chewy. I also […]

Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas I hope everyone has had a wonderful Christmas week. We had a good time together. No traveling or big get togethers for us. Just low-key family time. I’m surprised how much I like it this way because growing up we always had something fun planned or relatives to go visit. Our biggest outings […]

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Easy Buttered Rum Pudding Pie

I had a craving for butterscotch and rum and used what I had! I used to choose the butterscotch cone over the chocolate at Dairy Queen when I was a kid.  I like butterscotch and butterbeers (FYI, Starbucks versions) and I won’t lie – I thoroughly enjoy some good spiced rum too. I know it’s […]

Down and Back

Well, I’ve been MIA here on the actual blog lately though you’ve probably seen my posts on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. (Hint, hint: click and follow if you aren’t yet!) My computer kerplunked on me. Poor thing is worn out. I’m hard on computers. What can I say? (Hoping to fund a new one in […]