Oatmeal Breakfast Bars and A Dog Part 1 Happy New Year! How are those New Year’s resolutions? I once read that it takes at least 21 days 6 weeks to realistically form a new habit, so good luck! I have some resolutions for myself this year, but it seems old habits die-hard. I
Homemade Peanut Butter and Cereal The boys and I were off to the bus stop (yes, we are back in school) this morning, when Boy #2 politely remarks, “I forgot my water bottle. Will you please go get it, mom?” Should I be a Tiger Mom and respond with, “Too bad son.
I bought a bag of whole raw almonds two weeks ago, with the hope that I would be able to make a batch of homemade almond butter. The almonds set in my pantry until yesterday afternoon when I decided to carpe diem. I mean, how hard could it really be?! Put some almonds in
I am in the “thick of it,” raising four young children. My days of pure enjoyment are few and far between. In reality, my days are an unsettling roller-coaster ride. The boys and I cram into the roller-coaster car each day and begin our ride on the track. The boys are content,
I am not a morning person. If I did not have to take Boy #3 to preschool I would probably stay in my pajamas until noon. I sleep until the last possible second before my alarm wakes me. Thirty-five minutes is the total amount of time I need to wake Boy #1 and
My morning began a little earlier than I expected today. Hotness had to leave for work before sunrise this morning. I was sleeping so soundly when I woke up to Baby crying. Hotness must of needed something out of our bedroom closet before he left for work. When he opened the closet door