Hey Y’all! We are well into October. One of the greatest sports months in the calendar year. It’s the only month where we get to experience – football, baseball, and basketball at the same time! Fortunately for us ATLiens, our baseball team, the Atlanta Braves are first in the NLEast and very well could be
Lately, I’ve been sharing my pump sessions and milk supply on Instagram stories, and I’ve received a lot of DMs from moms with questions. This blog post has one goal: TO HELP MOMS, and what better space than here and now to share what I’ve learned. At the end of the day a fed baby
To be completely honest I didn’t mean to write this prayer map, it just happened. In 2017, I shared my personal journal with social media and received an overwhelming response. It was then I learned that more people needed a “map”; they needed to know that they could cling to the word of God. I
It has been less than a month since we decided to go all in and decorate our home from top to bottom. We’ve been in our new construction for two years – and for two years we came home to white walls and minimal furniture. We I say minimal don’t think clean lines minimal, think
This year we have adopted two new family traditions. One of our newest traditions was adopted from my husbands family – candy cane ornaments. It’s a simple tradition but a great opportunity for the little ones to help decorate the tree. Ellis has thoroughly enjoyed decorating the tree this year. She also loves the idea
“I love my child, but I love Jesus more,” I remember when I first brought Elle home from the hospital I came across a newsletter with this title. Of course, I clicked because the title literally grabbed me. Just entering motherhood and seeing these words would catch anyone’s attention, right?
After about four months of breastfeeding, I started to struggle with my supply. Over time, I began producing less and less milk for Elle, even with her high demand; it was incredibly frustrating. Looking back, I realize there were some things I could have done to increase my supply, and I will share those tips
We’ve been spending a lot more time outside these days. Especially since spring has finally sprung in Georgia. Sunshine equals more chances to cruise Piedmont Park, stroll through the neighborhood, and visit one of our favorite places in the city the Atlanta Beltline. Of course, we don’t travel without our stroller, The Quinny Buzz. We get
After a recent post on my Instagram, I received quite a few comments on traveling with a baby. I honestly couldn’t believe the number of direct messages and text messages I received asking for tips. Here’s the thing, I am in no way an expert on parenting or traveling with a baby – it is
On yesterday I shared our Keenz Wagon S7 with Instagram and being a bit ambitious I committed to posting a review within a few hours of my Instagram post. Let’s say you should not put a time stamp on completing a blog with a six-month-old. It will not happen.
At the end of each year, I spend a little time reflecting on accomplishments and short-comings, successes and areas for improvement. I also conclude the year with either a vision board or a focus word to carry me through the next year. Last year, I chose the phrase to follow through as my accountability (focus) word.