February 17th, 2016
My daughter loves fairies. When the weather is nice we actually have gone on walks looking for real fairies. Well if your little one is into the whimsy they’ll probably love the Lil Fairy Door. This is a door that can be put on your wall in a book shelf pretty much any where your fairy likes to get in and out of your house while you’re sleeping. You leave her notes.. and she writes you back. Adora sometimes leaves her gifts.. and she gets surprises sometimes too. The fairy is always watching.. kind of like Elf on the Shelf. She wants to make sure you’re being on your very best behavior. She also has teeny tiny fairy ears .. so when you scream it really hurts. Sometimes I have to remind the kids of that. We got our fairy door here but it took a while to come in because things were back-ordered. Since then I found some cheaper ones with adorable accessories on etsy.
Found these fun accessories at 15Monkeys on Etsy!
Adora looking for fairies in 2014
Do you ever scroll through your camera roll for pix and videos you took years ago? I was stuck waiting at a place with no wi-fi (heaven forbid!) so I decided to look at the oldest stuff stored on my phone. That's when I came across this video. It's of Adora 2 years ago on a quest to find real fairies. As time goes by…it's amazing how one can forget little moments, sweet frames of childhood captured on the fly.Thank goodness for that crummy wi-fi.
Posted by Angie Goff on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
February 17th, 2016
After her son killed his new wife and then himself.. this mother has found new purpose from unspeakable pain. If you are struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts or domestic abuse please know you are not alone. There are resources available.
February 10th, 2016
We stopped by Tea with Mrs. B’s for a sweet crafting tea! The kids loved dressing up and making homemade valentine’s. Love this place they do Snow Day events and Charm School for the girls too!
Piece of My Heart Necklace Valentines!
February 7th, 2016
We started off with some astro doughnuts #FTW!
Then I warmed up.
GO CAROLINA Happy Super Bowl everybody!
January 20th, 2016
The kids will have a blast in the snow but at one point you gotta come in and warm up and drink some cocoa. Then what? It’s a perfect time for them to make their valentine’s for those they want to share the love with. I’ve included some that are wasy to do. You’ll just need to grab a few things while you’re at the store before the big snow hits! For more ideas on beating cabin fever including how to paint the snow check out my segment on KLG & Hoda.
You’re One in a Minion by Controlling My Chaos
Iconic LOVE art– just get a canvas, finger paint and your kids’ hand and feet!
Glitter Rocks! Collect your rocks now, add glue and glitter!
You Da Bomb! By Making Memories with your Kids
Star Wars: You Light Up My Day! by Keeping it Simple
January 6th, 2016
Loved this idea of a waterproof changing pad for baby! Changing the the cloth can be tedious and this really solves that problem! Plus, I love the variety of prints and colors. Just another parenting hack I thought I’d pass along. Check it out. Here’s more information
January 4th, 2016
Come out and see us January 9th and 10th at the Washington Convention Center. On Saturday at 11 a.m. join me for a forum on “Smart Ways to Manage Weight and Prevent Diabetes”. We’ll have top experts on hand. Then I’ll be at the booth with my colleagues from noon-2pm. I would love to meet you. For more information and a schedule of expo events check out our Expo Page.
December 22nd, 2015
Loved joining the fabulous Kathie Lee and Hoda to talk about ways to keep the kiddos busy while they’re home on school break! Hope you find some of the tips helpful. Feel free to message me with any questions on facebook or twitter!
December 19th, 2015
I recently sat down with Denise Mattison, the Ashburn mom who saw her ex pull the trigger destroying her new life and new love. Shortly after her husband’s death Denise found out she was expecting the couple’s first child. This Christmas talks about what she is thankful for despite losing so much.