With schools all across Ohio extending spring breaks and closing for three weeks due to COVID-19, things may get a little crazy inside our homes.  I’m picturing kids with tons of energy bouncing off the walls, needing new and...
Whether you consider yourself a crafter superstar, a crafter wannabe, or an anti-crafter,  here are some tips and tricks to get crafting with your kiddos!  As an art studio owner, I see moms every week drop their kids off...
You know how you have your "go-to" meals that are regularly in your rotation? The ones that are total winners that everyone in the family eats? I feel like they are different from family to family. They are...
It’s 5:00 am, and your little one is awake, hungry, and ready to play. The problem is you are still tired, haven’t had your first cup of coffee, and the absolute last thing you feel like doing is making...
As a mom of medically fragile child times like this is stressful. But its always stressful, just not for the reasons you may think. Since finding out about my son's rare disease and how little was known about it life...
I have been a high school science classroom teacher for 13 years. I have witnessed many events that have caused disruption in learning, either when I was a student myself or in my years in the classroom. The Anthrax...
What’s a mom to do with the news that her kids are home for 3 weeks straight? There are a lot of ways to answer that question, but I’m going to talk about my favorite thing to do while...
Happy National Good Samaritan Day, mamas! The purpose of today is to shower people in kindness, to do a good deed(s), and to make people in need feel seen, noticed, and loved. So what in fact is a "good Samaritan"? The...
If you’ve watched the news or scrolled through Facebook in the past couple of weeks, you’ve seen the word that we’ve all dreaded seeing. Coronavirus. It’s scary and is causing a worldwide panic. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t letting...
“I could never do it. I’d get too attached.” “You’re a saint.” “I don’t know how you do it.” “What does it take to become a foster parent?” I’ve heard it all. Some kind, some not so kind, and some who mean well...

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