5 Must-Know Tips to Tackle Disney in a Day

Tackling Disney can be daunting to even the most seasoned travelers. But tackling Disney in a DAY? ONE DAY? 24 hours? That’s a whole new level of crazy! Whether you've been to Disney before or not, you're probably aware that not only is Disney World BIG, but there are four separate parks (and two waterparks!). You could stay at Disney for a full week and still not get in everything there is to do and see! (Heck, I have been there many times, and I still haven’t done everything I’d like to do.) But if you find yourself with a single day to visit the ...

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One Pan Easter Breakfast Casserole

On Easter morning, the kiddos are up early, they’re happy, they’re hunting for eggs, and then suddenly--they’re ravenously hungry and begging for candy because they just can’t wait another second for breakfast! Maybe you’re hosting the in-laws, too, so the pressure is really on. Now you’re faced with the choice of missing the action to get ahead of the hunger or waiting until everyone's hangry and rushing to put something on the table. I used to think a way to enjoy the fun AND get a meal ready was impossible, but with a one-pan, make-ahead Easter breakfast, you can! After doing ...

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Mommy Must Haves for Family Life on the Go

***I have been compensated by Johnson's® Baby for this post about Mommy Must Haves; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.*** I remember my early mom days too well. Leaving the house with a newborn and a toddler took no less than two hours prep and my entire stockpile of sanity, only to be oft foiled by a massive diaper blow-out leaving Mommy fantasizing about a four-hour nap--and maybe the kids would even rest too! Fun times! I have come a long way since then and learned so very much about using smart hacks to take ...

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DIY Chalk Paint Eggs for Easter

On one of my frequent visits to the craft store, I came across a small bag of beautiful, realistic looking speckled eggs to use for Spring decorating. Although I loved the look of the eggs and immediately started brainstorming how I would use them, I didn’t love the price. They cost about $5 for a bag of six eggs. I decided to try to replicate these beauties using the tons of plastic eggs I already have at home! If it didn’t work out, I could head back to the store and buy the eggs. But guess, what? Upcyling my own ...

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15 Minute DIY No Sew Sock Rabbit

As Easter approaches and Christmas has drained my wallet, I'm always on the hunt for inexpensive basket stuffers for Easter morning. In my family, no Easter basket (even my DIY Wooden Easter Bunny Basket!) is complete without a stuffed rabbit--and candy of course! Yet, stuffed animals in my home seem to have a day of spotlight and then slowly expire under my children’s beds into Stuffed Animal Graveyard. While the animals never return, my wallet remains naively lighter for their purchase. This year, I vowed to make something thrifty and adorable for my children to love on Easter morning. While sorting through yet another laundry ...

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