Game Day Ready + Free Printable #bathroombreak


The big game is finally here! Whether you are a die hard team fan, a TV commercial fan, or just a fan of the food, Super Bowl LI Sunday is a day you just don’t want to miss out on. Today I want to share with you one of our favorite game day foods, a little decor, and how to … Continue reading

Spooky & Fun Halloween Brunch #HW16


Halloween has been the subject of every conversation in our home the past few weeks. My oldest started school this year, so all we have heard about is how much Halloween fun they are having in their classroom. Younger sister was starting to feel a little left out, so we decided to plan a preschool Halloween brunch for her friends! … Continue reading

Early Vision Warning Signs & Printable Art

Cute printable eye exam chart inspired art for a nursery or kids room! "I Love You to the Moon and Back to Infinity & Beyond!" Baby boy themed nursery decor idea!

Did you know that you should have your baby’s first eye assessment sometime between the ages of 6 and 12 months? Even if you don’t recognize any problems with their vision, taking your child in for regular, comprehensive eye assessments can ensure your children are able to see clearly and not face any important milestone delays due to something that … Continue reading

10 Baby Nursery Must Haves

baby nursery must haves

Putting together your baby’s nursery can be extremely exciting, but also a little stressful. Before my daughter was born, I remember wanting to create the perfect little sanctuary for her to learn and grown. However, I had no idea which items I actually needed. Although I wanted to make sure her nursery was fashionable, the last thing I wanted to … Continue reading

5 Inexpensive Ways to Spruce Up Your Home

spruce up your home

Just about seven months ago, my husband and I purchased our first home. Wanting to add my own personal touches, I decided to try and find some inexpensive ways to really make my living space unique. I’ve found that it really doesn’t take a lot of money to make a big impact – it’s all about the details. Spruce up … Continue reading

Quick, Easy, & Affordable Valentine’s Day Garland


Last year my two-year-old, who is a very articulate and deep thinker, had the following conversation with my husband: Her: “Dad, how do you say much in Spanish?.” Him: “Mucho.” Her: “How do you say big?” Him: “Grande.” *Long Pause* Her: “I love you mucho, mucho grande!” The conversation made us all smile and laugh and since then we have … Continue reading

Make Your Rental Space Feel Like Home


I am no stranger to moving. I moved into my first rental space when I was the young age of 17, I was about to start college and I was so excited. In the 13 years since then I have lived in 10 different house/apartments. You can say change is a pretty safe bet at our house! In all the … Continue reading

DIY Backpack Station

DIY Backpack Station

We have a purse hook right by the front door where we enter the home. I really love having hooks there to corral everything that comes in the door. However, all summer I got to ave these hooks to myself, and with school coming back into full swing, I could already see my hooks being overrun with backpacks and no … Continue reading

Pink and Gold Nursery Ideas

pink and gold nursery

Be outnumbered by the boys in my home, I always told my husband that if we ever had a baby girl, everything she owned would be pink and frilly. Last year when we found out that I was expecting a little girl, plans for a pink nursery were soon underway. Picturing my baby’s nursery, I wanted something clean, functional, and … Continue reading