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How to Organize Kid’s Books

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Once upon a time, we had a problem with book clutter. That means kid’s books all over the house. In the past I always believed that when it came to books—kids needed more, more, more. However, I don’t believe that anymore—you can read the 3 reasons why you need to minimize kid’s books. How to […]

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My Experience with Food Intolerance Testing

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As much as I would love to go through life eating everything in sight–it’s not in my best interest. I have known for several years that I have one specific food intolerance, but I recently suspected there was something else. Therefore I underwent food intolerance testing. I will tell you, I was shocked at the […]

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The 3 Reasons Your Children May Need Fewer Books

When it comes to children’s books I have hoarding tendencies. But I have recently started to question if we have too many books in our house. Our kids love to read. I love to read to them.  However I will tell you first hand that too many books turn into clutter. When young children have access to a surplus […]

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The Reason Childhood Doesn’t Need Record-Keeping

Since becoming a mother, I have desperately wanted to keep a record. For years I intended to start keeping a journal. It hasn’t happened yet. I hoped to put together those “easy-to-make” photo books to chronicle these precious times with young children. Yet 16,433 photos sit on my computer waiting to be organized and appreciated. Between snuggling babies and soaking […]

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How to Potty Train the Simple Way

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Potty training can be anything but simple. It’s a messy yet exciting milestone at the same time. If it’s your first time, you will find that a quick Amazon search for “potty training” turns up 15,623 products. These products range from sticker charts to an Elmo potty, training pants, pull-ups, plenty of cleaning supplies, board books. For […]

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The Mugs that “Spark Joy” + 5 Favorite Teas

Never underestimate the power of good tea in a good mug. When I pull out a mug with a self-affirming message in the mornings, it always brings a little smile to my face. “Hello beautiful“ “Today is a good day“ “Everyday is an adventure“ I don’t know about you, but the mornings in our house don’t always start […]

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The Simple Families Baby Registry + Guide

Welcoming your baby into a simple, clutter-free space is a gift. During a time where life is full of physical and emotional changes–the last thing you need is to be tripping over an unused baby swing that you bought just in case you might need it. As an American, I am blessed with choices. When it […]

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The Mom Superpower I am Trying to Shed

I have a Mom Superpower–but not one of which I am proud. I can read an entire book to my children and have no idea what I read. Often I find that my mind will be someplace completely different while I am spendin​g time with my kids. This is particularly true when it comes to reading. Some […]

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