Many families find themselves with little opportunity for family time due to the constant demands of everyday life: work, laundry, dirty dishes, errands, shuttling children from one activity to another. For their part, children are often pulled between sports,
If you are one of those folks who have been counting down the days until your favorite coffee shop starts serving up their fall specialties, especially anything that has to do with pumpkin, then we’ve got a make-at-home recipe
Autumn has finally arrived, bringing with it beautiful leaves falling from the trees, holidays, and hot apple cider…but it also brings with it weather that is more unpredictable than usual (which is saying a lot in the Pacific Northwest).
It’s that time of year again- pumpkin carving, costumes, hay rides, and eating half of your kids’ candy while they sleep. The Willamette Valley is full of Halloween and Harvest activities to participate in, so if you’re trying to
Are you wondering when and where to take your kiddos trick or treating this year? Going door to door in your neighborhood is always fun, but if you’re looking for something during the day (or just want more candy),
I gave birth to Ramona, my second child, at the end of August, and since then I’ve been in a daze of alternating bliss and frustration. This pregnancy flew by so much faster than the first. I don’t think
Being a stay at home parent is the most rewarding, wonderful thing in the world most days… but then there are the other days. Babies are a gift. Anyone who’s ever had one knows this because everyone will tell
Kid’s View Jensen Boase, Age almost 3 “Going to preschool with Mattisyn.” Mattisyn Boasee, Age 4 “Jumping in a pile of leaves.” Summer Boase, Age 5 “Going back to school.” Annelie Reeves, Age 5 “Starting school.” Austin Reeves, Age