Posted by Lauren Hartmann
My toddler was a bit on the young side to sit through a movie when Frozen first came out, but now that it’s out on DVD the time finally came for us to sit down and watch it and like most toddlers, mine instantly became obsessed with it. We’ve actually only watched the movie once so far, but she loves all the songs and pretty much knows “For the First Time In Forever” and “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman” by heart already. I loved watching the movie together and it’s definitely become one of my all-time favorite Disney movies. I love the heroines and the music and pretty much everything. These are princesses I hope my daughter looks up to. As such I put together a little list of some life lessons I took away from the movie that I hope my daughter will learn. (*Note: If you haven’t seen the movie, there are spoilers!)
Posted by Martine Foreman
As a child, I loved the weeks leading up to Easter Sunday. My mother would get the coolest Easter baskets and they were always filled with the best goodies. It have wonderful childhood Easter memories. As I grew up, the baskets stopped but, of course, Easter still held a special place in my heart. I always knew that once I had my own children I would create great Easter memories with them.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays because it is so rich with tradition in my family. Growing up my sister and I were always adorned in our matching outfits with our Easter baskets that we’d had since we were babies. The Easter Bunny would fill it with the same candy year after year, the little egg cartons that had bubble gum eggs and the chocolate covered malt eggs that I think he put in our baskets especially for my mom.
Posted by Savannah Wallace
So much is going on during those first few months of having a new little one in your life. With Soren, we were learning to adjust to parenthood, had lots of visitors and tried to sleep whenever we could. Not to mention recovering from the delivery! I wanted to make sure we took time to capture the special moments of having a new baby, especially since they change to quickly! Here are a few of my tips for easily capturing those special moments.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Lately I’ve been feeling a bit down on pregnancy. I know it’s a wonderful blessing to be able to grow a tiny human, but it’s also super exhausting doing so while chasing around a toddler and working from home. So, in order to boost my spirits, I decided to take the time to focus on the positives…the lovely, unexpected perks of pregnancy if you will. Yes…I promise there really are some!