parenting

Having Kids Means Having a Messy House


If you ever walk into my house, you won’t find a perfect picture. You’ll walk into a scene filled with toys lying all over the living room floor, some spillage stains on the tiles, laundry baskets full of folded up clothes under the stairs, our homeschool activities lying all over the kitchen table and a…… Continue reading Having Kids Means Having a Messy House

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9 Ways Older Siblings Can Help with a New Baby


I remember when I was a few months pregnant with Gremlin, I started worrying about how I would manage two kids, a career and a household (and Hubby Byren of course). How was I going to attend to two kids at the same time? Sure, Monster was already semi-independent but he still needed my help…… Continue reading 9 Ways Older Siblings Can Help with a New Baby

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What’s in Our Box? (Week 16–20 Jan 2017)


  Welcome to a new week, friends! I hope you all had a splendid weekend and even though it’s Monday, you’re having a good morning so far! As many of you may already know, I became a stay at home mom late last year, and with that of course came homeschooling! I wasn’t exactly sure…… Continue reading What’s in Our Box? (Week 16–20 Jan 2017)

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45 Things I Want to Teach My Sons


1. Find a hobby you’re passionate about, and make time for it. Life is a busy playground and it’s easy to lose yourself within its demands and responsibilities. 2. Don’t be afraid to tell people you love them. There’s no shame in expressing your feelings. 3.A little confidence goes a long way. And if you’re…… Continue reading 45 Things I Want to Teach My Sons