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 [...]