Number 7 is nine-years-old, and she loves to DO stuff. She’s not the kind of kid who will sit in front of the TV or with an iPad for a long time. She just likes to go go go. She’s gonna be the friend who is always up for anything when she’s older. She’s my
If I had to choose the one thing that has had the biggest impact on my life, it would be the sport of swimming. I’ve been involved with swimming in some capacity for forty-one years. I started swimming when I was ten years old. Many swimmers had already been on the team for two or
Spring is in the air, and it appears new growth and change isn’t only happening at an increasing rate out in nature right now. For many of my friends’ daughters, things are also changing, and I’ve been receiving multiple private messages asking for guidance around the topic of swim team and your daughter’s first period.
Number 7 is the youngest of seven and as a result, she is used to having people around. She loves to be around people. It doesn’t really matter who it is. She isn’t a huge fan of being alone. Yesterday I was trying to prep some stuff in the kitchen and I kind of wanted
I watched Yes Day with Number 5, 6 and 7 today. I think it’s safe to say that many of us who have seen the movie can identify all too well with Jennifer Garner’s character. When the logistical and emotionally draining burden lies heavily on the mom, there often isn’t much physical and mental energy
Back in August I jumped on the unexpected opportunity to work with a clothing company I fucking love, and I became an independent rep for Zyia Active. It started with one order of leggings, and the rest is history. I was hooked, and without hesitation I started my own business. (You can join my VIP