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How to Find Your Child’s Love Language

I recently read The 5 Love Languages and The 5 Love Languages for Children by Gary Chapman–and I realized that I hadn’t been speaking my 6 year old Harlyn’s love language. Psst! This post contains affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and […]

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The Coronavirus Blues

I’m going to talk about the Coronavirus today. But before I get started, I’d like to just give a sort of disclaimer on this whole thing. Yes, I am going to talk about my feelings. NO, that does not mean I do not understand that there are people out there truly suffering. I know there […]

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Maintain Your Marriage Joy – Even When You Have Little Ones

Today I’m so excited to share a guest post by Jen Coursey with you!  Jen Coursey is a wife, mother of two boys (ages 8 and 9), blogger, and Executive Director of THRIVEtoday, a ministry focusing on the 19 relational skills that make relationships work. Jen is passionate about sharing relational skills with couples and […]

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2019 Holiday Gift Guide: Young Girls

The Christmas countdown is ON, which means I’m back today with the holiday gift guide for girls!!! Woo hoo! It’s Barbies and unicorns and glitter tattoos today, you guys! Psst! This post contains affiliate links. This means that, at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a […]

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Halloween 2019

Another Halloween has come and gone! Now that it’s NOVEMBER, the time will just fly right on by and before we know it, it’ll be January 1. Or at least that’s how it always seems to me. It’s Halloween, and then 3 seconds later, it’s January. Anyway…this year for Halloween we had a beautiful mermaid […]

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6 Things I Said I’d Never Do as a Mother

Before I became a mom, there were several things I said I’d never do as a mother. Five years into motherhood and I can tell you: I was a better mom before I had kids. 😉 Do you remember all those times you we’re out and about, childless and naive? When you’d see parents doing […]

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How to Help Your Child Through Life Changes

Life changes are never easy for anyone…but kids especially can have a hard time adjusting to new situations. While I’m certainly no expert, I do feel like we’ve had a pretty big few months of changes around here, and we’ve learned a lot along the way. We still have so much we can improve on […]

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We’re Strict About Bedtime-and We Won’t Apologize for It

In this house, we’re strict about bedtime…and we won’t apologize for it. We’ve actually been this way since our first child was born. When Harlyn was a baby, we’d sometimes have to say no to things because the fun we’d have in the moment would be NOTHING compared to the agony we’d be in having […]

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8 Simple Summer Bucket List Ideas

Earlier this summer, I saw all sorts of summer bucket lists on social media. I never bothered to make one, but with mid-July upon us, I started thinking about how I could make the most of the rest of summer for our kids. Harlyn starts Kindergarten in less than a month, and it feels like […]

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Kids Beach Essentials

We’re just under three weeks away from our family beach trip, which makes it the perfect time to blog about kids’ beach essentials! We’ve now done so many beach trips with kids that planning and packing for it almost comes second nature to me. At first, we always had family along to assist and enjoy, […]

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About Me

I'm Meghan. I am an average mom.

I'm Meghan. I am an average mom.

I am a wife and mama of two, just trying to keep everyone decently happy and content. I love scrapbooking, reading, the elusive date night, and iced coffees.
I'm Meghan. I am an average mom.