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 This will be a resource page for home, lifestyle and organizational products that I have been loving lately. I'll continue to add to it as we discover new items I think you'll love too! 

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 This will be a resource page for clothes and accessories I have been loving lately. I'll continue to add to it as we discover new items I think you'll love too! 

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 This will be a resource page for beauty products that I have been loving lately. I'll continue to add to it as we discover new items I think you'll love too! 

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Kid Favorites

This will be a resource page for products that the kids and I have been loving lately. I'll continue to add to it as we discover new items I think you'll love too! 

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A Savings Tip (From Me to You)

This post is sponsored by Optum Perks, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

Hey y'all! How are you doing? I'm checking in for a moment to see how everyone is holding up. Personally, things go up and down in waves. Some days being stuck at home feels like a true blessing. I get to revel in my children and my husband and tend to my home or just read a book. Other days I feel the weight of the whole world crashing down on me. Actually, today was one of those tougher days. I'm thinking I may address some of my parenting struggles in a later post.

While I'm here I wanted to share something that I think may be a helpful resource during this time. I know that money is uncertain for many of us. So any opportunity to save a buck is worth sharing. Most of you are familiar with the concept of prescription discount cards / programs. But, I wanted to encourage you to give this one called Optum Perks a closer look. There is no signing up, no fee, nothing. Just savings.

 Jamy and I don't have a traditional health insurance plan for our family. It's a story for another time but the short of it is that as the insurance industry changed we found an alternate 'cost sharing' plan to be the best for us. The only downside is that it doesn't pay for ANY medication and medicine is expensive. But you already know that.

Jamy and I both have standing prescriptions that we take daily. Thankfully they are not super expensive but even the cost of generics can add up. So we have been using Prescription coupons for a few years now. But it wasn't until recently when I went to the Optum Perks website that I realized I could have been saving an extra 50% on my Sertraline pills.

 I simply went to the Optum Perks website, searched for my prescription, found a coupon and saved a lot! I actually intended to save a Prescription coupon for my current pharmacy. But while I was searching the name of my medication I realized I could save even more by using the Optum Perks prescription coupon at a different pharmacy down the street. That one simple search is going to save me over $150 a year. That's a lot for doing something so small and easy. I didn't even have to enter an email address.

So, before you refill your next prescription I would definitely recommend you head to their site by clicking HERE. Or you can pull it up on your phone in seconds and search through over 64,000 pharmacies at no cost to you. You don't even have to sign up for anything. And just like that you could be saving up to 80% on your prescriptions.

I genuinely hope this is as helpful to you as it was to us.

Times are weird right now. But we're all going through this together. You've got this!

Hello From Isolation

Things are different. And hard to process.

I saw a tweet the other day where the writer was praising his friends with anxiety disorders for handling the pandemic so well. And I totally saw myself in that. We anxious people have been mentally preparing for this exact situation for years. Every sneeze has always been the beginning signs of catastrophic illness. There's nothing new there. 😂

What is new and unsettling is the isolation. I've always marveled at friends who parent without their family nearby. How do you survive life with littles when you can't call your mom to just come over for a bit of relief? Well..... I am surviving, but knowing I don't have the option to call in reinforcements makes me feel especially trapped and alone.

In every obstacle we face there is faith that God can use it for good. We see that in the story of Joseph and ultimately in the Cross. And while it's hard to reconcile this immense loss of life with a silver lining, we have to admit that there is one. The earth is resting right now. This is the pinnacle of Sabbath in our modern world. Pollution levels have lowered immensely in some of the worlds busiest areas. Overworked parents are sitting down to nightly meals with their family. We are being forced to rely on God. To talk to him. And cry out to him for help.

Hopefully when this is all over we will be more appreciative of our lives, our jobs, our families and of how fortunate we are to be living in a first world country. In my lifetime, I've never felt America so divided as it has been this year and my prayer is that the fallout from COVID-19 will put our politics into better perspective.

My hope is that this will be a reset button for all of us.

Last night I felt the weight of all of this so heavy on me. So I thought I would link a few different resources I've found, in case you are in the same boat as me.

Lunch time Doodling with Mo Willems

Home Safari with the Cincinnati Zoo

Virtual Kids Fitness (with an amazing woman I get to call a friend)

Story Time read by Fav  Celebs

Go Noodle (Just fun songs and excercise!)

FOR THE BIG KIDS (I.e. You and Me)
How to Talk to Kids About the Virus

A Christian Meditation Podcast (This is a favorite of mine for times when I feel stressed)

The Bible Recap (Easy bite sized installments to help you read the entire bible in a year. Another favorite of mine! and a great way to spend extra free time you may have)

Free Content from the Calm App

Work Out on Insta Live with Allie Nunez (Another dear friend of mine who is using her athletic ability to minister. She will be hosting Live workouts on Instagram at 2:00 MST. You just need 10 lb weights and some water!)

Talk Space Facebook Support Group

If you have others please send them my way! And of Course if you don't have a way to worship on Sunday or to participate in Lenten studies you can always check out my church's livestreams or study content in their app

Live In Layers with Cuddl Duds this Fall

This post is sponsored by Cuddl Duds but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

Hey hey hey! The cold weather is finallllllllyyyy here! Like real cold weather, not wear a sweater at 6 am and then be sweating your butt off the rest of the day!

And since I hadn’t bought any warm clothes to fit my post baby body yet, I’ve been in the market for lots of comfortable layers that I can easily work in, lounge around the house in or mix in with dressier elements for night time.

I’m not kidding when I say I’ve been scooping up black leggings left and right anytime I see a good deal! So I thought I would share that one of my favorite casual and comfortable layering brands is currently 30% OFF at Kohl’s. In store and online. 

I actually first started wearing Cuddl Duds a few years ago when I first started my blog. They were one of the very first brands I got to work with and I remember being so pumped to finally have a sponsored post with a company I truly liked.

So, I was pumped when I was asked to work with them again this time around! Their clothes are the perfect basics that can be layered and integrated into your daily wardrobe or stylish enough to be warn all on their own.

I've been wearing these stirrup leggings and this super comfy sweater all the time lately. And their shirts are the best staple to layer under a cute fall outfit (just like I did last weekend for Gameday). See pics below.

These shirts are the lightest and softest material ever while still providing warmth. Plus they look good with anything!

So head to Kohl's to check them out for yourself now, while they're all 30% OFF!

And stay tuned to my social channels for more ideas on how to work these layers into your daily wardrobe!


This post is sponsored by Summer's Eve®  but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
There are so many tricks of the trade that you learn as soon as you start getting your period. Like... no white jeans, how to hide a tampon when you're heading to the bathroom or even how to deal with menstrual breakouts. So, today, I'm going to be sharing a few of my favorite tricks.

If you've had children or are familiar with the post partum life, you probably know that getting back into your menstrual cycle is not fun and it can pop up in unexpected times. Not to mention that your post partum cycle can be quite different from the one you've been experiencing your whole life. Cramps and flow might be stronger. Odors may be different. The list goes on. So after having Helena, I'm having to revisit some of my tried and true period habits while also establishing some new ones.
One of my favorite ways to deal with period pain has always been yoga. Most of the moves that will bring menstrual relief are extremely easy and require no previous experience. Also, it doesn't hurt that doing a few minutes of yoga is likely to help with hormonal mood shifts. You can check out a list of some here.
I'm honestly really excited to try out menstrual cups this time around for multiple reasons. They save money and waste. They can stay in place longer than tampons. And there have been claims that some women experience less cramping using cups than traditional tampons. I'm planning to try one with my next cycle and will report back if I notice any differences.
I remember when I first realized that buying cute panties was a thing. I was obsessed with anything pink or glittery (oh how times have changed). But, as I got older I quickly realized just how important fabric choices were when it came to my 'lady business'. Man made fabrics which you often find are the cute stretchy/silky panties do.not.breathe. And air flow is a HUGE help when it comes to keeping things down there healthy and preventing unwanted odor. This is the same reason I like to use all organic cotton liners when necessary.
Speaking of ::odor:: (Did you just cringe a little bit?) Summer's Eve® has a new line of Fresh Cycle™. This is their first line that is specifically targeted for your time of the month. And It's been clinically proven to reduce odor by removing odor-causing bacteria. The products I've been loving are the FreshCycle™ No-rinse Cleansing Foam and the FreshCycle™ Flushable Cleansing Cloths (Refer to product label for full flushability instructions).They both get things feeling (and smelling) fresh down there!

When you're at home, you can get at least 60 pumps  of the foam (When used as directed) by simply applying it to toilet paper and wiping . Or if you're looking for convenience the wipes are perfect whether you're at home or on the go.
And there you have it! My top tricks of the period trade that you never knew you wanted! Haha. Seriously though. It's something that almost all of us deal with so why not share a little insight when you have it.

Now, don't forget, when your next period comes around you can grab your Summer's Eve
® Fresh Cycleproducts from Target and you can even save with the carthwheel app!

Summer Must Haves

Happy Humpday! While it's a bit gloomy here today, I thought I would still share some of my favorite items for sunnier days! I got a million questions about this Unicorn Sprinkler when I posted it on my Instagram account. So, I linked that below. You can find it at a lot of stores but I linked it at Bed Bath and Beyond so you can try to use that 20% off coupon on it! Another fun fact, If you have a Dirt Cheap in your area (which is a liquidation store) ours has tons of these for 50% OFF.


(I linked to Bed Bath and Beyond so you may be able to use their 20% off coupon)

The kids adorable Goldfish Swimwear is from Sayings Kids in New Orleans. If you're not in the area you can shop their website HERE. They have a lot of other prints in these styles plus tons of fashionable and designer children's clothes that I'm sure you'll love.

I've gathered a couple of my favorite items below for the summer time. From Turkish Towels, Cute Kimonos, oversized sunnies and waterproof sandals! Just click right on the image for more info. Happy Shopping!!


Look at this sweet baby y'all! She's been growing fast and turning into a little chubs. Which I love. It occurred to me, that since my original baby registry blog post is my most trafficked post, that it might be fun to update you all with the things I've really been loving these first three months!

This list is obviously less comprehensive and doesn't include the basics like a favorite car seat or diaper pale. Its simply the things that probably aren't considered necessities but have been adding major value and ease to our lives. So just keep scrolling to check it out.

P.S. this is what I wore for Mother's Day this year. And you can grab the whole look HERE:

Now onto the baby stuff! First off; you can shop any of these pieces by clicking directly on their pictures.

THE HAAKAA SILICONE BREAST PUMP: I love love love this thing and here is why. I've nursed all of my kids. But have never been able to successfully pump and get a good storage built up. Since I've never worked during the periods that I nursed I was able to always nurse on demand. So there was rarely an occasion where I had excess milk in my milk ducts that needed to be expressed. At least not badly enough to get out the breast pump and deal with all of that non sense. That meant I never had much milk in the freezer for babysitters.

Now, when my milk ducts are most full (usually when I wake up in the morning), I will put the haakaa on one side while Helena nurses on the other. It usually catches anywhere between 1-3 oz. of let down. Then I put it in a storage bag and either pop it in the freezer or in the refrigerator if I chose to add more to it the next morning.

NANOBEBE MILK STORAGE: I just love these bags because they lay so neatly flat in their container. Plus the company claims that this shape allows faster thawing, which can potentially save nutrients from being lost due to over heating.

CAR SEAT NURSING COVER: I with these car seat covers had been around when the other two were infants! They're the best at keeping newborns concealed from the outside world. And they double as a perfect nursing cover.

NOSE FRIDA: This isn't anything new. If you have kids you're probably familiar with it already. But, yes.. this is the best aspirator on the block. And no you won't get boogers in your mouth!

DOCK A TOT: I've said it before and I'll say it again, the dock a tot isn't cheap. So don't feel like you need this as a miracle worker. But, if it is in your budget, then the convenience it provides is amazing! Until the kid can sit up on their own you'll need a safe place in basically every room of your house to put them down while you do chores, help with another kid... use the bathroom! And that's what I love this for. Having to pick up a bouncer or swing and carry it from one room to another is annoying. This is so lightweight but comfy and effective. It's literally the perfect place to dock your tot when you need to put her down. It's also a great spot for them to snooze when necessary.

THE BABY SHUSHER: We've always been big on sound machines. But you can't beat portability. And for some reason Helena seems to be soothed by a SSHHHing sound far more than our other kids did!

ZIPPER SWADDLE / SWADDLE PODS: I just love these for little ones because I find they stay in place better than a traditional blanket or velcro options.

BINXY BABY HAMMOCK: this thing is really genius. So right when I became a mom, I think was the same time that people started discovering how unsafe it was to put your car seat in the kid seat of a shopping cart. So I've spent years shopping with the car seat In the cart taking up all of the room I really need for groceries. This thing will easily and securely hold your baby or her car seat on your cart while leaving room underneath her for your groceries. I love it!

So, that's it! Those are my must haves for the first three months. And I'll try to make more of these lists as we transition into different stages with Helena. What made your life easier in the first three months?! Let me know in the comments! OR shoot me a DM on my Insta!

Helena's Newborn Photos

You GUYYSSSSSS.... I can not even deal with these precious, precious photos from Helena's newborn session. We hooked up with Quinn Alexandra photography when this little girl was about a week old. And we could not have asked for a better experience.

If we're buddies on Instagram then you may recall seeing my stories from the day of the photo shoot. But if not, you can always check them out under the story highlight "Helena's Newborn". Mallory and Jessica were both the sweetest and so perfect with their handling of Helena. I think I should hire them to come put her to sleep like this now. 😂

We had mimosas and king cake and lots of toys and activities for the older kids. Plus an adorable nursery for me to rock and nurse Helena to sleep. Anyway... I'll stop dragging on and let you check out the pictures. It's hard for me to pick a favorite but I think this first one might be a strong contender!

And because we were there Mardi Gras week, they through in a little carnival fun, to celebrate!

How sweet are all of these pictures? Which is your favorite? I'm trying to decide which ones to hang on our gallery wall vs. which ones to put in smaller frames around the house.

And head to Quinn Alexandra's instagram account to check out more of their work!