Before I go to sleep, I'm going to try to write one positive/funny/thankful thing about each of my children and my spouse.
Sake and apple cider!
I think in the sense that that album inspired so many other artists, that yes, it is one of the best! My favorite Beatles song is Obla di- obla da.
Don't drink the pool water!!
I recently convinced our busy office to switch to compostable k-cups instead of the traditional ones. We are an office of 12 that sees a great deal of visitors, so this will really help reduce the amount of plastic k-cups in the landfill!
This seems like a great idea- sometimes it can be challenging to figure out my own style, not to mention then shop for it. With limited time, this could be a very fun option! I've tried this with my kids before- JustFab- but never for myself.
I am currently reading The Vacationers by Emma Straub- I'm almost done and it's a good read. However, I also recently read Modern Lovers by Emma Straub and it is fantastic! Here are the summaries:
An irresistible, deftly observed novel about the secrets, joys, and jealousies that rise to the surface over the course of an American family?s two-week stay in Mallorca.
From the New York Times‒bestselling author of The Vacationers, a smart, highly entertaining novel about a tight-knit group of friends from college?their own kids now going to college?and what it means to finally gr…
Our 2 1/2 and 6 year old have both been in childcare since they were infants. I think there are two things that help the most are creating a routine when you arrive at the classroom, and always saying goodbye- but keeping it brief and simple. So, for example, with our son. We greet the teacher, put all our supplies away, and then he settles down at the table and eats a yogurt. I sign him in, and then give him a snuggle and say I love you, have a good day, and mama will see you when school is done. I find the routine and consistency makes the transition so much calmer. Also, having confidence in your caregivers…
Good questions! We are focusing on consumable gifts this year (homemade nutella, freshly baked bread, coffee, etc.) and charitable donations. So, no need to go to any stores, except to stock up on ingredients and packaging materials. Saves me time and stress, makes my friends/family feel loved, and doesn't clutter their houses!
Hermione for sure- what a great role model for young girls!