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Gunnar Is a Runner Thanks to Prosthetics

Thank you to Wolfson Children’s Hospital for providing us with this story about Gunnar and the Wolfson Children’s Challenge. Five-year-old Gunnar has a condition called bilateral fibular hemimelia, meaning he was born without a fibula bone in each leg, resulting in the absence of feet. He was diagnosed in the womb at his mother’s 13-week […]


Get Holiday Party-Ready with Flawless by maurices

Thank you to maurices for helping us get party-ready for the holidays with their Flawless by maurices beauty collection. In a world where ordering items online can be our best friend, stores and distributors are constantly making it easier for you to one-stop shop. Recently, maurices, a well-known brand that provides clothing for women of […]


Rewarding Myself This Holiday with SE Grocers Rewards

Thank you to Southeastern Grocers for sponsoring this post and for rewarding all of us busy moms this holiday season.‘Tis the season to go overboard and stress yourself out by going out of your way to deck the halls and try to make the holidays more magical than any of those Hallmark movies. Why are […]


The Reality of Toilet Paper: A Visit to the Ol’ Paper Mill

This post is sponsored by Georgia-Pacific, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. As a young girl, I remember traveling to visit my grandparents. Beyond the road signs and a clock on the dash, the most memorable way we knew our grandparent’s house was getting closer was the smell of the old paper mill. […]


Scouting Together: A Beautiful Reality

Thanks to Boy Scouts of America for providing Scouting programs for the whole family to enjoy and grow together! It seems that many people have an opinion on Scouting these days and what it should and shouldn’t look like. I remember counting down the years before my son could join and become a Tiger with […]


Hey Ladies, It’s Time for YOUR Checkup

Thank you to Dr. Cara Prier, MD with St. Vincent’s Healthcare Ascension for her time and sponsoring this post. I am (mostly) on time with every one of my kids doctor’s appointments, their vaccinations schedules (relax, this isn’t one of those posts), and anything in between. Managing to make sure they are as healthy as possible […]