When we packed away the baby clothes and binkies, a majority of parents assumed that our job of constantly being on the lookout for threats to our child’s well-being were primarily over. Unfortunately, parenthood isn’t that simple. We knew our kids would still need the basics: bike helmets, seat-belts, stranger danger, and the five second
On a somewhat overcast Sunday morning, my daughter and I ventured out to Bottle & Bottega in Berkeley Heights for a girls’ painting date. My daughter, a self-professed artist, was super excited about painting with her mom, who never…I mean NEVER paints. Luckily, she had enough energy and excitement for the both of us and
*Photos and press release courtesy of State Fair Meadowlands. I have lived in NJ my entire life (except when I was away for college) and I have NEVER been to the State Fair at the Meadowlands. I’ve always kind of felt like I’ve been missing out. I mean… there are pig races! I seriously
I recently had the opportunity to visit one of our newest additions to Madison; Healthy Italia. The shop is located at 55 Main Street and is just full of the most amazing products, all shipped from small producers in Italy. They carry items you absolutely won’t find just anywhere. From the moment you walk through the
Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Cost Plus World Market. We received a gift card to shop during the soft opening of the new Paramus location as well as an additional sponsored post fee in exchange for our honest review post. All opinions are those of the author. Cost Plus World Market is excited
Grace: What do you want for Mother’s Day? Erica: For you to be nice to your sisters all day. Grace: Erica: Grace: I drew you a horse.
There are only 5 words standing between you and the life that you want. 5 words that will make your life simpler, better, calmer. 5 words that will give you more time to do the things you really want to do in life. 5 words that will let you do things like go for a
If you’re a Madison resident and your children attend the public schools you’re most likely well aware that the PARCC testing schedule started right after Spring Break. Kids (and parents) react in all different ways to the standardized testing. What that means is your house likely runs the gamut from disinterest to major anxiety. Regardless,