Why Families Should Attend MLB Spring Training

It is no secret that our family is baseball crazy, especially now that we can refer to our boys in blue as World Champions (words can’t describe how amazing it feels to type that, but I digress…). Since Wrigley can be absolutely frigid and miserable before June rolls around, I want to remind you of […]

Valentines Moms REALLY Want

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and men everywhere are trying to figure out how to make the women (hopefully just ONE woman, actually) in their lives swoon. But here’s the thing…we moms don’t need flowers, chocolates, or wine. Those should be surprises for when we have a really crappy day at work or are up […]

STEM Inspired Learning at the DuPage Children’s Museum

Are you a bit burned out by play spaces? Then help your child take exploration up a notch by engaging in STEM inspired play at the DuPage Children’s Museum. It is one of the only places I have found that addresses all elements of STEM learning in a fun way for even the littlest of […]

7 Winter Activities That Chicagoland Families Can’t Miss

Winter in Chicago can be very L O N G. Like November through April long. I get it…it’s brutal. But here’s the thing…it can also be a beautiful. Stunningly beautiful, actually. Don’t believe me? Just check your Instagram feed the day of the first yearly snowfall. You aren’t going to see those same happy posts […]

Lumen Optical Evanston Eye Exam Giveaway

As a busy mom of two small boys, my needs typically fall on the back burner. I am usually 6-12 months overdue for doctor’s appointments because I am not only busy carting my kids to classes, activities, and THEIR appointments, but also because I struggle to find childcare so I can actually take care of […]

Storage Solutions for Busy Families

Sometimes it looks like a tornado has gone through my house. Seriously. It makes me wonder why I invest in a security system when a burglar would be stopped by the cars and Legos strewn about the floor (and my kids haven’t even seen Kevin’s antics in “Home Alone!”). But thankfully I implemented a plan […]

Holiday Books for Interfaith Families

The holidays are all about traditions. I mean, Christmas Eve isn’t complete if my family doesn’t break Oplatki before our meal and we can’t ring in the New Year without wearing our pajamas and watching “Home Alone” by the fire. So what to do when your holiday traditions don’t match up perfectly to the traditions […]