Mindfulness can feel like a big mountain to climb, then you throw kids in the mix and it seems like a lofty goal: a far-and-away idea that is less than possible. However, the research doesn’t lie - mindfulness and meditation combat stress, poor moods and anxiety.
While you don’t have to shape these immune-boosting gummies into various sized Lego-men and bricks, I do quite enjoy these lego gummy molds, and my little men go bananas for them! I grabbed these molds off of amazon and use a turkey baster to fill them up. Use a baster for gummy making - it’ll change your life! So much easier.
Last week a sweet little package arrived with a return address for Freely Give Co, a company unfamiliar to me. After taking a quick naptime peek around their site and looking through their gift box options that give back, my excitement for my own package jumped up quite a bit.
Last fall I grabbed a giant bag of mini Play-Dohs from Costcos' Halloween offerings to keep around for playdays and when I realized Tru needed Valentines for school, I whipped up this quick little printable. Our house is gluten and dairy-free for the time being, so this treat option is perfect. Plus, no one needs a preschooler high on life AND sugary candy.
You're growing by leaps and bounds and you're just so fun. The mullet is in full force and I keep willing it to curl around your ears, though I'm not sure it'll work before it's time for a trim. I love how hard you work at your new tasks - walking, drinking from cups, drinking smoothies.
Woke up the little, smiling babes yesterday and headed to the state fair with their Nana. We got to have giggles in the morning, a car ride of songs, watched the mule show, pretended to be bees, had a milk moment and even got pulled over by the state police...for a photo.
...Because life with these two is too sweet, pictures are a joy to my heart and they do no one any good on a harddrive all in the name of waiting until I'm caught up and getting to things chronologically.
Getting back to this sweet place that I love as our sweet, second son gets to growing and I get to sleeping more. Excited to hop back on board and share a backlog of images, miles of words and a bucket load of favorites, which can maybe benefit my reading/lady/mom/human friends.
A quick little recap from last spring when my sister and I threw our other sister a baby shower for her little adventure baby. The idea came from the fabrics and theme our sister, Sara, chose for her baby's room.