I'm lucky enough to have kids that will usually eat all of their fruits and veggies (thank the gods) but sometimes its fun to change up the way we get them. These smoothies are something we have just about every week. Every once in a while i'll be a sneaky mom and put in some… Continue reading Berry Banana Smoothies (Batch Recipe)
Pancakes (and waffles as you have seen in previous posts) are a big hit in my house. I love them because I can make a giant batch of them one time and then toss those babies in the freezer and eat them whenever the kids ask for them. Its super convenient to pop one or… Continue reading Chocolate Chip Banana Pancakes
I've suffered from chronic migraines since I was about 15 years old so I've built up some pretty good ways to cope with them and still (attempt to) function for the most part. When I became a parent I had to come up with a whole new set of things to help me survive my migraine attacks.
When I saw this challenge floating around in the blog world I thought to myself 'I could think of 10 things I'm rocking at'
If you haven't figured it out already, I'm a mom who loves a lazy way to do something! Could I feed my kids fruit snacks and goldfish every day? Sure as hell could, but some days I really do try to make sure they are eating fairly healthy snacks. This is why I love these… Continue reading No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bites
Every Wednesday we have waffles in my house. EVERY WEDNESDAY. I am not allowed otherwise per the request demand of my small people. That being said, I had to start coming up with creative ways to make pancakes. I'll be sure to share all of our many creations I promise. Today though Sassy Boy asked… Continue reading Cinnamon Roll Waffles
Parenting is hard. Parenting multiple children is even harder. It seems like there is never a quiet moment. It seems as if there is always a god damn tantrum about to happen. I'm not gonna lie, I never understood why parents were so exhausted all of the time before having kids. Hell even after having just… Continue reading Tantrums and Meltdowns: How I Handle Them Without Losing My Shit