I Just Want to Be Perfect

I just want to be perfect. Let's be honest--who doesn't? Think how much easier things would be. Those awkward hair days when your tresses channel a solid shout-out to Medusa? No longer. Stressing over how to get dinner in the oven while acing out the first grade homework scene? Ditch the stress, mama! You're perfect, you've totally got this! And forget about silly things like nailing the social scene at preschool graduation. Let that gorgeous perfectionism roll in and do it's work. Yup, being perfect would pretty much ice the cake with everything in my day-to-day. Rock on! The living would be sweet. The only ...

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A Day at The Crayola Experience!

My children have a very enthusiastic crush on The Crayola Experience, so when we were recently given tickets to visit in exchange for this honest post review, there was a lot of squeeing that went down in this house. Wa-hoo! They love going there, I love taking them, and it's pretty easy to see why. Why is The Crayola Experience such a great place to visit with kids? They give their imaginations a workout. At every turn, there is an opportunity for kids to exercise their creative genius. Be it projecting moving pictures on the walls, building sculptures with Model Magic, innovatively using computers to generate ...

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World-Class Pediatric Care Close to Home

****Disclaimer: Today’s post is sponsored by CHOP at Virtua, but my love for their pediatric care is all my own!**** My children are six and four, which may not seem to be very aged as children go. Yet, when you consider the number of heart-stopping moments and necessary hospital visits we've already met up with, it's a pretty seasoned age of parenting as ages of parenting go. The truth is, I feel blessed--we live in an area well equipped to deal with whatever medical need my children necessitate. While we have been generally well serviced as yet by local hospitals and doctors ...

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Organizing a Mudroom in a Small Space

We moved recently and one of my favorite things is that we come in the house through the garage. You know why I love this? Because my kids don’t come in the front door and drop all their belongings all over the front of the house. So, when we have guests over, they enter through the front door and are greeted with a clean, non cluttered foyer. But the thing is, that mess just relocated to the door off the garage. And while my guests don’t necessarily see it, I do! And come to think of it, most of our guest are our family and ...

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His World of Angry Birds

There's something pretty epic going down tomorrow, did you know? The first ever Angry Birds movie is being released in theaters. For many people, this will mean nothing, nothing at all really. They will get up, they will shower, burn their toast, plan their weekends while at work, and crash on the couch by 8pm. For us, for my family, under the impassioned direction of my six year old son, we might as well be preparing for the Pope to arrive and camp out in our living room for a visit. You see, my little dude's entire world is Angry Birds. He eats, ...

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