The title may have fooled you into thinking I was going to share a anecdote about my son eating potting soil or that earth worm on the patio. No, I’m saving that for later. This post is about me. I was making dinner last night. <cheering> Please, stop. It’s the least I could do for the love of my family. Grilled cheese and tomato soup. … Continue reading Don’t Eat That
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Knoxville is a small city with big ideas. It’s scruffy and innovative. It’s green and growing. It’s friendly and quaint. It’s bustling and booming. There is so much to love about Knoxville but the thing I love the most about the slowly opening door from Knoxville to the outside world? The International Biscuit Festival. No, seriously. It’s a festival to celebrate biscuitry and yes, it’s … Continue reading Butter My Butt and Call Me a Biscuit
Before I had my son, I used to LOVE going to the grocery store. I browsed the aisles of The Fresh Market, imagining a table feast fit for Martha Stewart. I even did crazy things like buy flowers and get meat from the butcher shop. Grocery lists were vague and we said things like, “That’s new. Let’s try it!” I even tried my hand at couponing … Continue reading Why I Shop with Kroger Click List
It can be hard to balance being attentive to your child’s development and just letting them be a kid. On the one hand, you feel the weight of responsibility that comes with raising the next world changer and on the other, you just want to get through the day without loosing your…mind. So you buy the tactile toys and limit their TV all the while … Continue reading 5 Age-Appropriate Chores for a Toddler