Hello There, Hello Fresh.

Let me start by saying, I am extremely skeptical of reviews online simply because I know how easy it is to phone it in. I also know how often those┬áreviews are advertisements in disguise. That being said, I have to tell you about using Hello Fresh while pregnant. We first started using this meal delivery service in November/December which if you’ve read my previous post, … Continue reading Hello There, Hello Fresh.

PBS, Daniel Tiger, and Economic Accessibility

  I want to start this post with a few thoughts about PBS. The Public Broadcasting Service is older than me. A lot older than me. It’s always been there as far as I’m concerned. Growing up, we only had 3-4 channels depending on the weather. PBS was the only channel that produced children’s programming during the day. Sesame Street. Reading Rainbow. The Inside Story … Continue reading PBS, Daniel Tiger, and Economic Accessibility

Our Weekend in Atlanta with a Three-Year-Old

A few weeks ago, we went on a trip to Atlanta with my in-laws. Atlanta is a great destination for Knoxvillians for a lot of reasons. I’m not going to lie, a big reason we chose Atlanta is IKEA. I’m always a little apprehensive about traveling with our son but it’s even worse when you travel with people who aren’t used to traveling with your … Continue reading Our Weekend in Atlanta with a Three-Year-Old

I’ve Been Momming and Trying Something New

Sometimes this blog prods my subconscious for attention the way my mom’s “we saw you more when you lived in Charlotte then we do now that you’re 45 minutes away” comment eats me up on the inside. It’s been a while since I posted something and I want to assure you that I haven’t forgotten about thisblog and my interest in forming this community of … Continue reading I’ve Been Momming and Trying Something New

What If These Hands Could Talk?

As parents we want our children to experience all of the wonderful things we did growing up. Yet, equally, we want our children to do more and know more than we could ever imagine. During this development phase, a child’s language competency is exponentially increasing. Children try new words, make up words, and even try compound words (“yestermorning”). For this reason, my son’s preschool boasts … Continue reading What If These Hands Could Talk?