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Toddlers are easily bored. If you have one living in your home, you know that fact as deeply as you know your need for coffee as soon as you wake up. You can hear their tiny voices - "I'm bored! Let's go empty out the pantry!" or "Look at the portrait of myself that I drew on the wall with your lip stuff, mom!" It's a slippery slope from boredom to mischief. I have a toddler of my own (though he will be four soon. When do they stop being toddlers and start being just a kid? I can't even imagine it! I'm just going to keep living in denial that every year he gets a little bigger

I first wrote this post when our firstborn was six weeks old, and then I updated it every once in awhile to say how those must-have items stood the test of time. Now that we are parents of two, I've revisited this list a few times and it's funny how back then, some of the things I originally had on my list seemed so necessary but now? Not so much. So, I've revamped this post - as of February 2016 - from the perspective of both a first-time mom, and a mom of more than one. Fair warning, this post is wordy, but I think I can pretty confidently say these are 10 items that will make

Oh boy, another book review! The Festival of Insignificance was courtesy of TLC Book Tours. I jumped at the chance to review a Kundera novel. I hadn't read any of his work since college - which, of course, was The Unbearable Lightness of Being - so I was looking forward to sitting down with some legit lit. I was not disappointed. It's been a long time since I've read a book that made me want to whip out my highlighters, and start taking down notes in the margin. This little novella was full of gems. What did I like about this book? Firstly, I liked the feel it gave me - of being back in college, of reading literature to learn

I'm on a roll - two reviews in one week! I received Move On: When Mercy Meets Your Mess by Vicki Courtney from BookLook Bloggers to review, and I've actually had this book for quite some time. I received it back in 2014, and it's taken me this long to finally review it because of, well, life. I read the first chapter or so right when I received the book, and finished the remaining nine chapters over two nights of broken up sleep due to a nursing newborn :) In other words, this is a fairly quick read, if you've got the time to set aside and dedicate to it. The premise of this book really intrigued

So, I signed up to be a book reviewer through a few different places and this is my first official review. Do you remember back in 2012 when I attempted to read 52 books that year (spoiler alert - I didn't reach my goal), and I used to post reviews? It was a lot of fun, and I thought this would be a cool way to get back into reading and posting reviews again. Hotel Moscow by Talia Carner was provided to me by TLC Book Tours in exchange for a review. Keep an eye out for more reviews in the future! Now, let's get to it. A little slow at first, I found this book difficult to