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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April is National Financial Literacy Month. A month to educate and celebrate spending wisely, thinking through purchases, paying off debt, budgeting, and all things related to money. It so important to celebrate this month and to work with our children to make better financial decisions. Research suggests that children have low levels of financial literacy and […]
This post is sponsored by UBX Omaha. UBX Part II I have been participating in a fantastic workout program at UBX Omaha. After two months of focusing on my health, I have learned to appreciate the challenge of this kind of fitness. With my trainer and my workout group by my side, I have seen […]
So you are considering homeschooling. “What about socialization? Don’t you want them socialized?” I’m a mom who has chosen to homeschool. If I had a nickel for every time I’ve been asked this question, I’d have a lot of nickels. Of course I want my children socialized. What some do not realize is socialization is […]
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, […]
As moms & dads we are put to the test when it comes to raising kids. What is right, what is wrong, how you should show empathy while also sticking up for yourself, include everyone, treat others as you would want to be treated, and the list goes on. There are so many variables when […]
Omaha has played a role in everything good in my life right now. About 12 years ago, I drove across state lines. The last of which greeted me with a sign that read, “Nebraska – The Good Life.”
Now that we have 3 kids, here’s my go-to Cabin Fever list of ideas for those dreary and dark winter days.
I was lucky enough to grow up 10 miles from both sets of grandparents and even had my Great-Grandma in my life until I was 17.
Vacation or Obligation? I look forward to summer vacation with anticipation and adolescent patience. We enjoy sleeping late and random unhealthy meals. I work less so travel can integrate within our routine without many obstacles. Lately, baby showers, graduations and weddings seem to set the tone of our vacations. Being an aunt is one of my […]