This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Disney. The opinions and text are all mine. Hey all! It’s Liv again. I don’t know about you, but I have mixed feelings about school break. My daughter just finished Kindergarten, and those few hours a day she spent at school were so good […]
These days, with two kids, shopping can be a huge challenge. Whether it’s for groceries or household goods, I hate securing everyone in the car, lugging them in and out of stores (which is no fun for them, right?!), searching for things on my lists, all the while trying to keep track of everyone. That being said, I love a store like Walmart that has everything I need in one place.
I absolutely love reading books, and I had so much fun going through the Barnes & Noble Father’s Day Gift Guide to get some ideas to share with you. Luckily, my husband is also an avid reader, so doing this with him in mind was perfect. I hope it’s helpful for you, too, as you think about what to give the men in your lives.
Aspen was an only child for almost four years, and she was pretty spoiled having all my attention almost all the time. When her brother, Lincoln, was born, we made a special effort in our family to ensure she didn’t suddenly feel left out. In the *almost* two years since Lincoln was born, I occasionally have little dates with just Aspen. Today I’m sharing a list of 10 Mommy and Me date ideas that you’ll want to check out!
For those of you who aren’t members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I hope you can use these quotes and scriptures as well. Most of the subjects are universal Christian subjects and the quotes and scriptures are inspiring and helpful for everyone!
The moms (and one Mr. Mom) in The Mother’s Day movie come from different walks of life and they, too, have to reconcile their personal approach to parenting with that of others. They have to contend with blended families, feelings of inadequacy and rely support of others when life doesn’t go as planned. I can’t wait to see it in theaters for a girls’ night!
Check out this month’s free Visiting Teaching printable, created by Jeri from the Etsy shop PicadillyLime.
Today I’m partnering with Disney and Scholastic to talk with you about traveling with preschoolers. I know, I know. Doesn’t exactly sound great, does it? Traveling with kids, especially little ones, can be pretty stressful. But in my experience, it’s always worth it! I’ll share my tips for making traveling with preschoolers a little bit easier so you can plan the Disney trip of your (and their!) dreams.
My daughter Aspen was thrilled when I told her I had the opportunity to share some Sofia the First toys with all of you. Having just binge-watched the entire series like a true fangirl, Aspen was ready to help me come up with reasons why Sofia the First is awesome.
For those of you who aren’t members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I hope you can use these Visiting Teaching quotes and scriptures as well. Most of the subjects are universal Christian subjects and the quotes and scriptures are inspiring and helpful for everyone!
As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, we are in a congregation where we are asked to go and visit assigned ladies each month to really get to know them, share a quick message and find out if they have any needs to be met. It’s one of the ways we build friendships and help our leaders know any needs that families have (there would be too many for leaders to visit them all individually!).
For those of you who aren’t members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I hope you can use these quotes and scriptures as well.