I'm a huge fan of finding ways to use leftovers to create different meals. At least once a week we are eating tacos or quesadillas made with meats cooked throughout the week. My new favorite is a meat and cheese "pie" that my kids love! It's super easy to make and can be sliced into… Continue reading Lazy Mom Toddler Pie
While I have no advice on how to survive a grocery trip without one (or two or three) meltdowns, I DO have some handy tricks that have helped me along the way.
Sure, I was married and had joint bills with my husband, but I had my own insurance, car payment, career, bank account, and income.
When I became a mom, I was overwhelmed with all of the STUFF there was to buy for them. What do I need? What works? What is not worth the money?
I went through months of chaos before I lost my mind. I couldn't handle the insanity anymore.
It's not always easy ( well actually, it's never easy), and there are times that I consider giving up and switching to formula so I don't have to do it anymore. But I keep at it because I know it is the best thing for my babies.
I knew it was going to be tough on my 2-year-old when I had my twin boys, but no one had any advice on what to do about it.