Oh my goodness! I am insanely excited to share this post with you! Let’s get a few things straight, okay? First of all, there are two night time snacks that I typically eat: popcorn or some sort of ice cream treat. Second, I snack seriously. If I pass up a frozen treat, then I’m probably sick. Finally, I rarely post about food, so you know that when I do, it’s about something that I find SUPER tasty (and probably super simple, because come on, #momlife). Now that that’s out of the way, brace yourselves. You’re about to get the easiest, most delicious vanilla milkshake recipe EVER. If you’re not a vanilla fan, scroll to the recipe, because there are options for ya! Spoiler alert: I have a secret ingredient
For those of you who don’t know, my twins recently turned 2 years old. Crazy, right? While the beginning of toddlerhood didn’t treat us too bad, we have indeed been going through occassional instances of picky eating. You know, when you give your kids something they love, but suddenly they hate it? Or when you’ve prepared 5 different options for a snack, and they turn their noses up at every single choice. Luckily, we have found a new snack that they’re loving, so if you feel me on this issue, don’t worry, I’m here for you! Enter a new treat we recently picked up at
(This post is sponsored by Goldfish Swim School, but as always, I’m giving you all my honest opinion.)
Greetings everyone! It’s been a minute, or two, right? Our holidays were wonderful, and I hope yours were too. While we were getting used to winter though, we were also missing summer. So, how did we handle that? We hit up the pool! Obviously, the two boys of Two Boys One Pup are still little guys though, so for us, hitting the pool meant going to swim lessons at
Tis’ the season of giving, my friends. We all have at least one of “those” people, the ones you can never think of a gift for. Personally, I have quite a few of those people on my shopping list. It should be said that I don’t like giving gifts or even stocking stuffers, that lack purpose, or sentimental value, so that often puts even more of a damper on my gift ideas. As luck would have it though, this holiday season I came across something AMAZING that anyone could use. If you’ve never heard
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Let’s be honest here. The season of giving is fast approaching and I can’t be the only one who has been trying to save a little cash since the fall began. This is our second Christmas as a family of four, and although the holidays aren’t about gifts, it doesn’t mean we don’t want to GIVE! Whether it’s to each other, to friends, or even to strangers, giving feels great. However, sometimes having the means to give, might entail being a little creative. So, I wanted to share with you guys a few ways to save
Finally! I have mentioned across social media that I’d eventually post some DIY recipes for you all, and lo and behold, it’s happening! To kick things off, I wanted to tell you all that I have never been much of a DIYer when it comes to skincare. It wasn’t until my son needed extra support for his skin (which wasn’t always so baby-soft), and exhausting all store-bought options, that I decided to make my own. He NEEDED a way to relieve his temptations to
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By now, you all know that I’m a lover of all things fitness, right? One questions that I hear frequently, is “what is a good full-body strength exercise?” While there are a few answers to that, I’m going to hit you with a simple, effective exercise, that you can learn quite easily! Ladies and gents, today we will discuss the deadlift! Whether you realize it or not, you’ve been deadlifting for your entire life. Every time you pick something up, you are
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It’s that time of year again, friends! The weather is a little wonky, and depending on where you live, you might be in for a cool down pretty soon. Allergies are smacking you in the face, you’re frantically spraying down shopping carts, sanitizing hands, and wondering if the family needs new winter-wear. We live near Chicago, so I totally feel you. Because fall is officially here, I thought I’d share a few ways that we try and stay healthy through the transition from summer. Let’s get a few things straight first though. I’m not crazy about germs, my kids aren’t in school yet, and I’m a little “laid back” as a mom. STILL, that doesn’t mean
I’m not going to lie to you, here. I have NOT been taking care of my skin. Since becoming a mom last year and turning 30 this year, I’ve begun to reevaluate how I treat my skin. While I’ve always slapped on a lotion after I shower, I really had no skin care routine. In the interest of not appearing far older than I actually am, I’ve decided it’s time to get my act together! I might be trying to treat my skin better, but I might also be super afraid that my
Greetings mamas, papas, or anyone caring for a little one out there! I’m here today to hopefully save you a little time, a little money, and a lot of sanity. There are SO many toys on the market these days, you can drive yourself absolutely nuts trying to research them all. For our family, having twins means that we have many “multiple” items, and are always trying to limit our clutter. Therefore, we like to choose our toys wisely! What do we look for?