Homaha Because I was born and raised in Omaha, there hasn’t really been a time I haven’t loved my home city. Except for that brief moment in high school when I was taking classes at The Rose Theatre and fantasized about moving to NYC to be a Broadway actress. However, after a two-week stint in […]
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Infertility 101 Did you know that April 22nd kicks off a week long awareness about infertility? I didn’t either, until 13 years ago when my husband and I were declared “infertile” by our doctor. The word infertile literally means, “unable to reproduce.” Other words that come with the term: sterile, barren, unproductive. Words that up […]
Last month, beloved fans and National Public Television celebrated 50 years of Mister Rogers Neighborhood. I don’t know about you, but I grew up watching Mr. Rogers and found comfort in his quiet demeanor and the imaginative Neighborhood of Make Believe. There was this sense that everything had its correct place, daily tasks could be […]
Thank you to Romp n’ Roll Kids Gym for sponsoring this post! Fun Classes This last week my two-year-old and I had the pleasure of attending a few classes at Romp n’ Roll. What’s Romp n’ Roll? It’s a new kids gym on 178th and Harrison where kids five years and younger go to “play, […]
Yes, you read that right, this is going to be a post about Harry Potter. No matter if you’re a fan or not, there is a fierce following that includes a generation of mothers and fathers who are now sharing the enchanting world of Harry Potter with their children.
It’s beginning to look at lot like….the holidays. For me, it starts the minute October 1st rolls around, there’s a sort of magic that begins and just builds momentum until January 1st.
Did you know that November 16th, is Children’s Grief Awareness day? Neither did I. “Children’s Grief Awareness Day is designed to help us all become more aware of the needs of grieving children — and of the benefits they obtain through the support of others. Children’s Grief Awareness Day is an opportunity to make sure […]
So, how do we honor the Grands in Our life? Start off by asking your kiddos! They might have a few ideas of how they would like to show their love and admiration for their Grandparents, but if you need a few ideas, here’s a short list of activities you can discuss as a family:
There, I said it. My number one goal this summer was to have some fun without my kid. I love her to pieces, but let’s get real; Moms just wanna have fun too!!!
I blinked once, then twice, and my little miracle turned two. I was seriously emotional about this turning of age because well, my “baby” was more of a little person then a “baby”. Growing way too fast with several opinions of her own, I miss the rolls of chubbiness, the snuggles, being able to carry […]