October 1, 2014

The Ultimate Mom’s Night Out

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  Thanks to Mom, Baby & Beyond, South Florida Mom’s got to head to The Ultimate Mom’s Night Out for a fun night out away from the poopy diapers, homework, dirty dishes and piles of laundry to mingle with some brand name vendors, local businesses and sip on some wine with other moms. As I walked up to the Marriott in Heron Bay, I was greeted by some bumpin’ tunes blaring from family-friendly cars lined up from Coral Springs Auto Mall and fabulous shopping from The Trendy Truck (check them out on FB & Twitter, too!) So before you even walked in to the event, you could tell it was going…

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August 7, 2014

30-Minute Chicken Sausage with Apples & Onions

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30-Minute Chicken Sausage with Apples & Onions

  I am all about the easy dinners so anything I can make in 30 minutes or less is a win for me. About a year ago, I was going out one night and decided to be a nice, little wifey and cook my husband dinner before I went out. I know, I know, ‘Wife of the Year’. I found chicken sausage with apples and cooked them up with some apples and onions. I was getting texts all night from him saying how great it was and he still talks about it a year later. So, after many months of…

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June 9, 2014

5 Parenting Contradictions That Haunt My Dreams

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      Before getting married and having kids, my husband and I had a lot of opinions about certain parental topics and child-raising techniques. Believe me, if I could go back in time and tell us to STFU, I would. It’s humorous to even believe that we were this naive before we became parents and how strongly we felt about a few topics back then. On Mealtime Before kids: Our child will never EVER dictate to us what they want to eat. We will make one meal and one meal only. I will never be the parent that makes…

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June 9, 2014

5 Parenting Contradictions That Haunt My Dreams

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5 Parenting Contradictions That Haunt My Dreams

Before getting married and having kids, my husband and I had a lot of opinions about certain parental topics and child-raising techniques. Believe me, if I could go back in time and tell us to STFU, I would. It’s humorous to even believe that we were this naive before we became parents and how strongly we felt about a few topics back then. Here are 5 of my person parenting contradictions that will forever haunt my dreams: On Mealtime Before kids: Our child will never EVER dictate to us what they want to eat. We will make one meal and…

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May 31, 2014

The New & Improved Kuddles Baby Products at Winn-Dixie + GIVEAWAY! #MakeHappyHappen #KuddlesMom

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    Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for Winn-Dixie. I received product samples for the purpose of review and for hosting a giveaway. All thoughts and opinions are my own as always.   Winn-Dixie has gone and done it again! Not only have they revamped their store fronts for a great shopping experience, but they have given their baby product line, Kuddles, a new and improved looked. If you are looking for name brand quality with not-so name brand prices, Kuddles has you covered! With improvements on diapers, wipes, bath products, sunscreen, snacks, baby food, and formula, your baby…

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April 21, 2014

5 Things I Learned While At Disney World

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We spent the toddler’s 3rd birthday in the most magical place on earth – Disney World. The kids love it, we love and it is only 3 hours away so why the hell not, right? Well, as we were herding through the crowds of Magic Kingdom, I couldn’t help but people watch and observe all things grand. And by grand I mean crazy. I was shocked, awed, disturbed, surprised and entertained all at the same time. When we were driving home, I couldn’t help but think about everything I saw while in the most magical place on earth. – That…

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December 9, 2013

Holiday Deals at The Children’s Place

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As you all know by now, The Children’s Place is my go-to store for my girls. Adorable styles at awesome prices. I recently was invited to a Media Day over at their Miami store to check out some of the new styles for winter and the holidays. Let me tell you, it was a doorbuster extravaganza! Deals every where I turned, had me all over the place. Fleece was everywhere! The Children’s Place has adorable fleece outfits perfect for those chilly days. They came in all shades with matching pants. I scooped up a couple for my nieces who are…

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August 1, 2013

Back To School Shopping @ The Children’s Place!

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Oh yeah, you heard me right – it’s Back To School time! Crazy how in a blink of an eye the best few months of the year are coming to an end and all the kids will be bussed back to school in the next few weeks. Next to school supplies, clothes shopping is number one on parents list of to-do’s for the new school year and in my house this will be our first! Tear. Thinking about sending our 2 1/2 year old to preschool this year is bitter sweet, but shopping for new clothes helps ease the pain…

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July 3, 2013

Easy Recipes for a July 4th Bash

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Easy is the way to go, especially when you are hosting a BBQ. Why complicate your life any more than you need!? I know a lot of you are either throwing or attending a July 4th Bash, and I want to help make your life a bit more simpler with some delicious and extremely easy recipes to blow your guests minds. Who wants to slave over a hot stove/grill while all your friends and family are chillin’ in the pool having a good time? I sure as hell don’t! Corn & Bean Salsa Sweet & Spicy Meatballs Deviled Eggs Cheese…

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July 2, 2013

Why Being Pregnant Sucks

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It’s no secret on how I feel about being pregnant. I will tell anyone and everyone who asks that it just plain out sucks. The outcome is the absolute best thing in the world but the 9 1/2 months leading up to that moment is just….rough. I know there are many out there that just don’t see it the way I do, some might agree but just don’t want to admit it because they feel like they will be looked at as a terrible person, and there are a few that whole-heartedly agree. I don’t think feeling this way makes…

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