I couldn’t help but feel for the sweet dad I saw pushing his newborn twin girls today down the frozen food aisle. A blank look hung across his face as he gazed at the small variety of frozen pizzas. Several thoughts raced through my mind… Was this dinner tonight? Has he been getting any sleep?
Learning that you are expecting not one, but TWO babies is exciting and shocking for parents-to-be! Whether you are experiencing pure excitement, nerves or all of the emotions in between, eventually they will settle and you will have the urge to create the perfect space for TWO. Finding inspiration for the twin nursery of your
We are excited to be able to bring you these easy one-hand meal ideas thanks to our partnership with Great Day Farms (@greatdayfarms). All opinions and photography are ours alone. #EggceptionallyGreat #ad. Ever find your stomach growling mid-diaper change and realize that you haven’t even eaten a bite today? One of the most challenging parts
Does it seem like every time you restock the fridge you find it empty again two days later? With the littlest members of our family growing by the day…we are constantly adjusting the amount of food we buy for our families each week. Our grocery list might be neverending, but one thing is constant. .
True story…14 years ago, when I met my husband, my cooking skills were lackluster. A while after we started dating, I invited him to my condo for dinner. I had planned this elaborate Fondu dinner that was a total bust. NO JOKE! The fondu ended up having a watery, chunky consistency, tasting like I dipped
From the moment parents find out they are expecting a baby or two, the safety and well being of said babies is their utmost priority. While baby-proofing isn’t a necessity in the first few months of your babies’ lives, it’s definitely something on your mind just about every time you open a cabinet or come
Welcoming twins into the world is wonderful and overwhelming at the same time, which is why it is important to offer help new parents and for parents to ask for help. More often than not, you’ll have visitors either at the hospital or at your home within the first few days you bring those babies