We recently dropped a pretty big bomb on our family… a secret that some of my readers still don’t know about. But I’m here to come clean. First though, you deserve the same chuckle that I gave the above-mentioned family and friends, so I’ll share with you the Facebook post that caused all the ruckus.:… Continue reading Baby Surprise
Every once in a while I like to mix things up a bit. It keeps me on my toes. Today for example, I took a brief hiatus from Lost and Farm to be a guest blogger on one of my favorite sites. Fun, right? But wait, there’s more! I got to review a new wrap… Continue reading Wrapy Baby Carriers (guest blogger review)
As of a few months ago, I had only just heard of Tryazon but still knew very little about their website or their events. From what I could tell, they worked with various brands to sponsor “parties” where new products would be demonstrated and pictures of such shared on social media. Admittedly, it sounded fun.… Continue reading I hosted a Tryazon party… with Smores!
This dish is a staple in my husband’s family and Ryan taught it to me when we moved into our first apartment. I punched it up a little by adding caramelized onions and serving them on French rolls but (thanks to the local dollar store) these sandwiches are unique, affordable, easy to make and extremely… Continue reading Green Chile Roasted Chicken Sandwiches With Caramelized Onions
I recently posted individual reviews for a couple pretty awesome always-on Chromebook cases: The Rugged Case from Uuberstore.com and the Zip Case from Volumecases.com. My original game plan was to try out each case for an extended period of time (at least a few weeks each), after which I would write the review for each one… Continue reading Always-On Chromebook Cases (Side-by-side review)
UPDATE: Soooo… a lot has changed on the potty training front in recent weeks. Firstly, JD quickly lost the spark of interest I had mentioned in this post previously and returned to full-fledged diaper use. We were understandably dissapointed but tried to remind ourselves that he just wasn’t ready yet. Charlie didn’t have his “potty… Continue reading Learning Potty Training Patience
As California natives, our family is no stranger to saving electricity. We’re accustomed to dealing with rolling blackouts and increased utility rates. All of our lightbulbs are twisty. Our air conditioner is rarely run. Our water heater is turned waaaaay down. We never run major appliances before 4pm… So if you were to ask us… Continue reading How OhmConnect is Saving Electricity and Buying Us Diapers