When your life consists of being on the road for political campaigns and you find yourself in a new state more often than being home, you don't have much time to become domesticated. Nevermind a serious relationship, my only...
Motherhood tricked me. My firstborn was easy; smart, developmentally ahead of the curve, loved to learn, and (almost) always listened. I thought it was me; that I was just such a great Mom to produce such a good kid, but spoiler...
You guys. This is possibly the most life-changing change to my family's routines I’ve ever made. You’re maybe going to judge me because it’s really simple and obvious. But I don’t even care because it is that amazing. And...
The other day I was scrolling through a local buy nothing site and someone was giving away free sourdough starter. I had totally forgotten about sourdough and wondered what the maintenance was like. I had dabbled in kombucha last...
Call it sad. Call it laziness. Call it I'm-too-disorganized-to-get-out-of-my-own-way-some-days. Call it what you like, but, for me, Amazon Prime makes being a parent in 2020 so much easier. There's just so much we need to keep track of as parents in 2020. Work,...
  January marks one year that I’ve been back to work after maternity leave – so officially one year of being a full-time working mama. There are so many feelings associated with leaving your babies at daycare or with other...
Although it may not feel like it, fall is here. The leaves are starting to change. Pumpkin spice latte is everywhere. If you’re in denial that it's sweata' weatha' because it’s still warm out, I get it. Just like...
It’s that time of year again. The night air has a hint of a chill, the schools are back in session, every road in the state is under construction, and everything is doused in pumpkin. Ah...fall. In honor of...
Lately, I've been seeing a lot of tips in the media for keeping a house looking 'adult' while your kids are little. Facebook posts about how to downsize your toys so much that they fit in one closet. Moms...
When I was in fifth grade, I hosted my first dinner party. My five-course menu read as follows: antipasto, ziti al telefono, whole sea-bass baked in a salt crust cracked and served tableside, a strawberry arugula salad with balsamic...

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There is truly something special about summertime in Rhode Island and there are so many options for free fun at our fingertips. The kids...