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Halloween is only a few days away and my kidlets are super excited! They got a head start on the holiday this past weekend, dressing up in their costumes to take part in our town’s annual Halloween Parade and even … Continue reading
Ever since I was a kid I’ve been a list-maker. I’m sure it’s some sort of OCD manifestation, but I make lists for just about everything in my life — daily to-do lists, what phone calls I need to make, … Continue reading
Today’s post comes courtesy of my dearly beloved Tyler AKA The Hubs, about a subject that is near and dear to his heart….music. Music is serious business to him (he even was a DJ back in his early days in … Continue reading
If your household is like mine, you have kids (and adults) that suffer from seasonal allergies and you know that fall allergies have kicked into high gear! I cringe when I hear my kids coughing, wheezing or see their red … Continue reading
This past weekend I took my daughter out shopping to update her wardrobe for fall. I’ve always loved buying clothes for my daughter. There are so many more options in girls clothing than for boys. In the past my daughter … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that the summer is just about over. It seems like the summer just flew by! Did you happen to get a chance to catch the Bronx Zoo’s exciting Dinosaur Safari exhibit? Well, if you haven’t, you’re … Continue reading
Sometimes heading back to school can be scary, especially for younger children who aren’t quite sure what to expect. Take my son for example. You ask him about school last year and he’ll tell you that he totally mastered kindergarten. … Continue reading