Growing up my dad was a volunteer for many organizations around the Omaha area.
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My college friends and I recently went on a weekend trip to Galveston, Texas. For three years, we have made it a priority to get away together.Our kids are to a manageable age, our bodies are pretty rested from the newborn/toddler years, and we are in the right place to reconnect. There is something about […]
So, you find yourself with more than a few minutes to drive thru for your favorite caffeinated drink. Huzzah! You want something a little more than a quick trip to a national chain. You know, something with some atmosphere: a quiet place to work on your laptop, read a book or visit with a friend. […]
As much as I loved our getaway I have to say, I understand why parents often say they need a vacation after a vacation.
“Can you buy this (insert item here) for me?” My answer to this common shopping question changes depending on the item, the store or my mood. The goal, today and everyday, is to buy only the items on my list. I have yet to succeed. “You already have one.” followed with “You don’t need two.” […]
We love to enjoy the fall season by visiting pumpkin patches and apple orchards. Here at OMB we have lots of ideas to keep you and your kids busy this fall season!
I could go on and on about my fondness of fall. There are so many aromas and sights to behold that my senses all fire in delight! Since becoming a mother, however, I found that my love of fall has formed into a deep-seated admiration. From raking leaves into a pile for the sole purpose […]
Legacy: a thing handed down by a predecessor. I have come to terms with my Facebook account (among other social media entities) being a part of my legacy.
My babies are ONE YEAR OLD!!! That means we all survived!!! How, I’m honestly not sure, but I decided to sit down and reflect on my first year of motherhood.
I am sending my oldest off to kindergarten. Just typing that fills me with emotion. I have been on the other side of this. I have watched kids (and parents) have the first day jitters.