The Non-Gourmet Cook’s Go-To Weeknight Dinners

I became a re-stay at home Mom last March and I thought that when I quit my job that I would become this super crazy organized mom who had the laundry completed at all times, planned, cooked, and presented the best healthiest meals around, and still had time to sit down with my kids and … Read moreThe Non-Gourmet Cook’s Go-To Weeknight Dinners

Car Road-Trip Packing List – With Free Printable!

Welcome Travelers! As a mother of twins and a lover of all things Travel, I wanted to share with you what we do not leave home without on long car rides. This could mean a shorter couple hour drive or a two day adventure across the Midwest to Colorado!  We’ve come across so many obstacles, … Read moreCar Road-Trip Packing List – With Free Printable!

Traveling Twins – AIRBNB and San Diego Tips!

—Travel—Travel—Travel—Travel—Travel—Travel— Jeff and I love to travel so we always said that after the twins arrived we would continue to travel.  We would start them at a young age so they hopefully developed a love for travel like us and that they would become “good little travelers” early on in their lives. So far our … Read moreTraveling Twins – AIRBNB and San Diego Tips!

Motivated by Marshmallows – Picky Eating Toddlers

I have always been kind of a picky eater.  It wasn’t until Jeff and I started dating that I opened my mind up about food.  Mostly because I was probably trying to impress him with my adventurous food tasting.  But years later, I’m so glad I became adventurous because now food is one our favorite … Read moreMotivated by Marshmallows – Picky Eating Toddlers

To eat out or not to eat out – Toddler Twin Edition

Living with 3-year-old toddler twins is a new adventure every day.  Feeding time is tricky and a never-ending search for new things for them to eat and actually enjoy.  I cook probably 3-5 days a week and I’m not going to lie – Most of my meals are repeats and pretty boring.  We do a … Read moreTo eat out or not to eat out – Toddler Twin Edition