Ways To Save Money Shopping On Almost Anything

 Many of us moms do everything we can to find good deals and discounts to save money and lessen the financial burden of shopping (especially for holidays like Christmas). There are a lot of ways you can save money, some you may not have heard of before! While I can’t help you determine how much you spend, I can help you find ways to pinch some pennies. I do, however, have a family budget spreadsheet you may use for free…

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Unique Toddler Toys Your Child Will Love

 Buying gifts for toddlers can be tough if you are looking for something unique (but not too expensive). Maybe it’s an ego thing or maybe it’s just wanting something a little different, but I LOVE when people come for a playdate and their kids get to interact with toys that aren’t usually found in other households. In this list, I focused on many things (most fit into almost all the categories!): Quality: The item needs to be amazing quality…

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Gratitude Jar: A Simple Way To See The Good In Life

 A few weeks ago I was walking on the street while I was checking my Instagram feed on my phone, I know this is not a good thing to do, it makes you very accident prone, a burglar can easily swipe the phone off your hands and run away with it, or you can walk into someone in front of you. There are many things that can go wrong. Well, one of them did. I tripped on something and…

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Can Your Motherly Instincts Accept Fatherly Instincts?

motherly instincts vs fatherly instincts by Angelique of Baby Smoo on KrisBeeMama.com

 The other day my husband and I were having a tiff over whether our baby girl is in fact teething or just being fussy for no reason. I believed that she is teething, and my husband believed that she is just having an off day and that I don’t need to always assume the worst. Needless to say, this turned into a huge argument. I explained to him that I have “motherly instinct” and that he needs to learn…

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How Becoming A Stay At Home Mom Changed My Marriage

How being a stay at home mom changed mariage by Mandi of The Baker Five on KrisBeeMama.com

 This November will mark five years since my husband and I decided that it would be best for our growing little family that I stay home. It was literally a decision we made overnight. I had been back at work for just a week, and we were already finding that being a two income family may not have been for us. I was a teacher, and my husband an engineer. Both professions require more hours outside the standard 8…

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