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A Letter To My Daughter On Her 29th Birthday

I turned 29 a few days ago. Not much excitement comes to mind when you tell someone you’re 29. For the most part, you start your countdown to 30. I’m actually one of the last of my friends to hit this age so sometimes I feel like I’ve been this age for awhile now. Honestly…

We Have a 4-Year-Old

We’ve hit another milestone in our household. Our eldest daughter turned 4 a few days ago. For awhile I actually already thought she was 4, only cause of how articulate she is. But this past Monday it became official. And because she is now at an age where she really understands what birthdays are, we…

Where to Eat in NYC: A First Timer’s Guide

Anyone who knows my husband and I would tell you that we love to eat. I mean seriously, who doesn’t? One of the things that keeps our relationship together is our mutual love for the same types of food. He always jokes that he only married me because he loves my cooking, but I’m pretty…

New York City with Kids: Part 2

Welcome back friends! As I mentioned in my previous post, I plan to share more about my trip to New York City in multiple posts. Just like being in NYC itself, there is just so much to cover. Last time I shared my initials worries about traveling to such a busy destination with kids plus…

New York City with Kids: Part 1

Happy October 1st! September is over, and our big travel plans for the year have finally come to an end. A few weeks ago I finally conquered two fears I have been keeping to myself. Being on a flight longer than 2 hours without any extra adult help (a.k.a. the girls’ grandparents, aunts, or uncles).…

My Baby is Turning 2

Something I’ve heard a million times over the last few years is “they grow up so fast“, and I’m finally understanding what that means. Today is the eve of my youngest daughter’s birthday. In less than 12 hours, I will have a 2-year-old. I’ve been anticipating this day to come for a few weeks now,…

Mom’s Day Out

Sometimes you need to remind yourself who you are when you are not “mom”. First off, don’t get it twisted. I retain my identity as “mommy” 24/7. But when you are a stay-at-mom-home, or a working mom, you need a break now and then. As a stay-at-home mom, I will admit I take these “breaks”…