This post brought to you by Mamaway. The content and opinions expressed below are that of One Little Mister. Our fourth little bundle of joy was born November 5th. Just like with all of our kiddos, my short torso meant I carried most (okay, all) of her out front. It also means that my stomach was stretched to it’s limits. I have to admit that I
Toys. Some of you cringed just then, didn’t you? The thought of toys that you bought and they never play with. Toys laying all over the room. Unorganized toys. Broken toys. Toys they want you to buy when you’re at the store because they forgot that they already OWNED that toy and he’s currently stuck at the bottom of an endless toy box toys. If
You’ve probably seen adult coloring books popping up everywhere. I’ve seen them in just about every book store and big box store I have been in over the last several months. I’m also not afraid to admit that I might just own a couple and am developing a habit of picking up the latest and greatest just about every time I make a Target run.
You know what stinks? Toddlers. Not in some they are so rotten sense, but more in the literal sense. They play in absolutely everything they can get into no matter how gross or disgusting the average person may find it. They also become potty trained. That is a whole category of smelly all its own. I know during this crucial period I likely use gallons
My life is chaos defined. Wake up. Shower.Brush teeth. Yell at the kids to get ready. Rush everybody out the door. Drop both kids off – at different schools! Get to work. Work. Work. Work. Wait? What did I forget to do? Eat. Stop. Muller Dessert-Inspired Yogurts are a great fill-in for my busy day. With four flavors to choose from (Strawberry Cheesecake, Dulce de
I have my sixth child in diapers right now. That’s right sixth. Over the last 10 years I have always had at least one bottom to diaper at all times. With that much experience, I have learned a thing or two about diapers, which ones work and which ones don’t because, let’s face it all diapers are not created equal. With ll this experience, do
The summer is quickly coming to an end and school will soon be back in school everywhere. I know there are all kinds of schools kids can attend, but they all have one thing in common. They need gear and goodies. I have created a list of some of my favorites that are great for homeschool, public school, or any other option. These are sure
I have recently encountered a difficult problem. I started growing out my nails. No, that is not the problem. Opening my favorite soda is. Since I started growing my nails, opening my can has become one of the most trying things I do. My nails definitely pay for it, too. My right index finger has the shortest nail because I break it about 6 times
I’m a stay at home mom and I am busy! I run my own farm; I raise my own crops and animals to feed my family. I get dirty, my kids get dirty, my husband also works hard at his job and he gets dirty. Clean and fresh smelling clothes are super important to me. I consider myself to be eco-friendly and a responsible environmental
When I first looked at the cover of “Don’t Tell Her To Relax, 22 Ways to Support Your Infertile Loved One Through Diagnosis, Treatment, and Beyond” by Zahie El Kouri, I didn’t think then that it would have the effect on me that it did. I read the first few sentences where it gave the definition of Infertility and it stopped me in my tracks.