Clearance. Just the word makes my heart start beating faster and my mind race with the possibility of that glorious moment when you happen upon exactly what you were looking for (and, let's face it, … [Read More...]
Every time I do a room makeover I'm reminded of how very different the process is in real life vs. what you see on television. This is especially true if you are working on a budget and I'm always … [Read More...]
One of my most favorite things to do this time of the year is to open up our windows and hear the birds chirping. Now, mind you, I don't always enjoy hearing them REALLY early in the morning, but … [Read More...]
When my kids were little, I would regularly turn anything that felt like a chore into a game. Usually this involved me coming up with some very cute and clever (at least in my mind!) song to go with … [Read More...]
It wasn't too long ago that I was publicly bemoaning the fact that May is the busiest month of the year. And I know I'm not alone in thinking this. All over social media, my fellow moms of school-aged … [Read More...]
You know what's super fun? Having an entire month already jammed packed with every.activity.on.the.planet because it's the last month of school before summer break (and heaven forbid we move some of … [Read More...]
I think it's safe to say that it is far easier to make a decision when there are limited choices than it is to make a decision when there are endless options.
Case in point...choosing rugs. I've … [Read More...]
I sat on the floor of the playroom our church had so mercifully created just upstairs from the coffee shop. As I built a foam castle with one child and made goofy faces at the baby, the mother of … [Read More...]
Good morning friends, from redheadcandecorate.com. When I left you here "At the Picket Fence" last month I thought for sure the next time we would meet that we all would be getting some vitamin D … [Read More...]
We are slightly obsessed with watching baking shows at our house.
But, we really only like the nice ones. The ones where the critiques are a bit more gentle and the competitors tend to celebrate … [Read More...]