Who says we can’t cook. Our cereal always tastes good! We like it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We are especially enjoying the new Maple Cheerios! We stoped at two different stores to snag our box. Dinner is served!
#maplecheeriosatkroger @krogerco #sponsor @cheerios
I still remember holding a few day old little baby named Emmett and crying mainly due to hormones but crying because I knew he would never be that small again and I didn't want to miss a thing. I blinked and you are 4 and 364 days and tomorrow I will have a five year old, time you are such a thief.
These two have been fighting so much lately that I give up being the referee sometimes. Kendall gets so irritated when Jackson does his loud singing/babbling or if he even tries to look over her shoulder while she’s playing on the phone/iPad. And Jackson gets so upset when she tries to write on his papers/drawings or comes within a foot of his lego structures. It’s seriously nonstop screaming and crying some days. So when they give me 30 seconds of cuteness and sweet loving on each other, my heart just explodes and for those few brief moments, all is right with the world. IDK if you can tell that Kendall has her hand wrapped around Jaxx’s neck like they fricken love each other in this picture, but I’m so glad I got a pic of it 🧡 even if it’s only been a small part of our everyday experiences as of late. Oh yea, and Kendall’s cheeks! I didn’t realize how big they are 😍😍😍🤤
Who’s excited for $20 playsuits!! That’s right! These are on sale for $20 and with our code FLOYD15 they’re even less! Perfect for the holidays or stock up and grab some of the pretty velvets or florals for spring!
Dear Riri, just watching you smile and breathe that fresh mountain air makes me realize how beautiful life is amid all of its nastiness and ugly moments...you are that reminder that there’s still so much good and so much to be thankful for. I love you my little mami // 💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💕💕💕💕💕💕🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄 #monidoesmotherhood#royaamaru
Mothers and rascally sons. I think I know a thing or two about that topic.
Over halfway through with this session and there are some real gems in here. If I'm remembering correctly, I got this reaction when I asked him to give his mom a kiss. 💋
Last weekend’s festivities included hanging out at the school fall carnival with a very basic yet still adorable Black Panther & Chase from Paw Patrol... anyone else with me on missing the years you can make them dress up how you want them to? 👋🏼 Oh and any guesses what Rudy and I are? I threw this costume together in an hour so it might miss the mark but I’ll reveal it in an upcoming post!
Here’s a hint: ❤️🇫🇷🥖🍫💋
LATE NIGHT & TIRED, but got some great pictures today in and around midtown ATL, trying to work on a surprise. I can’t wait to show some off tomorrow. .
Stay tuned. 🤟🏽 Jacket: Obey @obeyclothing | Shoes: Retro 1 “Banned” @jumpman23 @nike | Jeans: H&M @hm | 📸 @nevurena
A few of the things I have been reminded of loud and clear that are still considered “normal” by FAR too many families after spending the last week back working with infants and toddlers 👶🏼 :
+ dry coughs that hang on longer than a month
+ runny noses
+ bum rashes
+ not sleeping
The cries and shrieks of pain and discomfort that come from the children as they battle all these challenges and more, have literally broken my heart this past week. I have been reminded so quickly of the urgency there is in empowering families with tools they can use to HELP their children through these things. I cannot even count the number of times a child has shrieked in pain from something and I’ve wanted so badly to go to my bag, grab an oil and HELP THEM - knowing without a doubt how quickly relief would come. Instead of just watching the child try and manage the pain, giving them extra snuggles or calling the parent to come administer the next dose of Tylenol, because the first batch from that morning has worn off.
Families are suffering when they could be thriving. Not saying that none of those things happen with oils - teething and runny noses are a pretty natural and unavoidable part of childhood. But the shrieks of pain and feelings of helplessness that parents often feel along with it all, can absolutely be avoided! The only reason it’s not is really simply that parents don’t know there’s another way. And I’m just plain not okay with that 🙅♀️