6 Places To Attend Story Time Around Atlanta

One of my favorite activities to do with my kids from the time they are babies is to find a good story time. I always look for ones that include music, book reading, and other age appropriate activities. Today I'm going to give you some links to places that have great story times around Atlanta. [...]

10 indoor play activities around Atlanta

We are so ready for some sunny spring weather here in Georgia! All this rain has made my little ones a little crazy, and that's made me a little crazy! I wanted to share ten indoor spots around Atlanta that are perfect for rainy days with little ones. 1. Tiny Towne - located in Norcross, [...]

Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Children’s Museum

It feels like it has been raining about a month straight here in Atlanta! We are so ready for some nicer weather! Rainy days can be hard for little ones, and their parents. I was trying to find somewhere new to play indoors last night and came across the website for INK: Interactive Neighborhood for [...]

Our Day at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta

The Children's Museum of Atlanta announced recently that they will be offering a family free day four times a year. The first family free day will be on February 13th and admission will be free for families, and they will have extended hours. You do have to pre-register for the family free days to guarantee [...]

How I stocked my freezer with over two months worth of meals before having baby #2

How I stocked my freezer with over two months worth of meals before having baby #2

I don't LOVE to cook. I'm a good cook, I just don't love it. I especially don't love to cook directly before, or after having a baby. The thought of prepping a couple months worth of food when I was nine months pregnant sounded daunting, and so displeasing to me, but after my first baby [...]

The Elizabeth Porter Park

My kids love playgrounds. We were a one car household up until recently so to be able to visit a playground whenever we want is something we are so thankful for. When I first became a mom I would spend so much time researching parks and playgrounds, but was always disappointed with how little information [...]

Padsicles, Dermoplast, and other Helpful Things I Wish I Had Known about Postpartum Life

As I talked about in my previous post about my birth story with baby #1( Birth Story of Baby #1) when all was said and done I had around 100 stitches from lacerations, and tearing, while giving birth. For anyone reading this that's pregnant: DO NOT BE AFRAID. This does not happen to everyone, and [...]