You have made it through day two! The weekends are the most difficult, because you have unstructured time with your family, which can sometimes mean spending more money than you planned to spend, which is never a good feeling. Cole got some Christmas spending money from my parents (and some for his college fund, yay)… Continue reading Day two (only 29 more to go!!)
Happy New Year to you all from the Kellers! We rang in the new year in our pajamas, watching Kung Fu Panda, and then a documentary on Netflix after everyone else had gone to sleep. We are super wild like that. Chances are you finished up your December absolutely tired of spending money, whether you… Continue reading No Spend January Challenge. Happy 2016!
I love my child more than anything else in this whole world (and I tell him that on the daily). Never in a million years did I dream when I had him that I would eventually have to share my precious time with him with his daddy. At first I kind of thought my heart… Continue reading Co-parenting for the Christmas season (and year round, for that matter)
As a mama, I understand that one of the biggest needs in my child’s life is stability. He needs to not move to a new house all the time, needs to be enrolled in the same school, and needs to have a church home. While I consider most of these to be in my control,… Continue reading Living through a church split
It is no secret that I had a career first, then mommy life second. I had lots of years to put in the extra hours, afternoons and weekends, go to the gym for as long as I wanted, eat what I wanted, go to the bathroom and take a shower uninterrupted (that is the one… Continue reading Adventures in Parenting
I recently posted an article/blog post on my facebook about the Elf on a Shelf mommies, kind of making jest of the idea. These incredibly creative, passionate women, precious mama bear friends, who all work just as hard (harder in most cases) at managing the mommy/work life balance, amaze me sometimes at the lengths they… Continue reading Competitive Motherhood, as written by the bronze medalist