Last month, my husband and I started our preschool search for our son! Dun dun duuunnnnn! So while we’re on the waiting list, we decided to do a special, weekly activity to help reinforce key preschool skills. Last week we baked rainbow cupcakes with the intention to review colors and patience. Little did I know that we would cover counting, making choices and so much
So I’m pretty blessed. I get to raise two fiercely beautiful, dynamic, funny, smart kids who happen to be biracial, or as I like to say, ethnically astounding. My husband is white and I am a black woman. Both of my children are rather light. I won’t be cute and say that I don’t see the difference in our skin color, that I only see
I can’t believe it! Baby Girl Finch will be here in 13.5 days. That means in less than 2 weeks I’m going to have two under two. I totally see how that will be awesome, but right now that idea scares me more than it thrills me. Seriously, there are 101 reasons why I’m a little nervous. Right now my biggest worry is about going out with both
This week I had the chance to collaborate with Gina Karas of CaliforniaScrappin’.com on her pocket scrapbooking series. The last part of her 3 part series is about how you can maintain a pocket scrapbook for a year-long project. Gina asked me to give my perspective on how to do this as a WAHM. 5 Tips On Pocket Scrapbooking For Busy Parents I have to
So I’m a Work At Home Mom. I’m a part-time designer and marketer for a child enrichment center (NEST Chestnut Hill). It’s perfect for me not only because of the work flexibility, but because my son, Westley gets to enjoy the benefits of the play space and classes. But after working there for several months I’ve realized Westley is not the only one developing and learning.