Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Being a working mom kind of straight up sucks! Am I right?! I mean, it has it's benefits, regular adult contact, getting out of the house sans toddler tugging on you, being able to pay the bills...but I know, for me, I'd give up the adult contact and toddler free time any day if it wasn't for the fact that we need to pay those pesky bills. Don't get me wrong, it's not that I don't enjoy my job, I do! I'd just much rather be home with my favorite 2 year old!
Monday, September 01, 2014
Welcome to the Ready to POP! [a Labor Day inspired Giveaway Hop] hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network!
This year we're celebrating Labor Day in a totally fun way – by offering fabulous giveaways for Mamas and Babies who have done some of the hardest labor out there! Each blogger in this Hop has a fabulous Mama or Baby prize for you to enter to win – so be sure to hop around to them all after you’ve entered to win the fabulous Grand Prize, featuring Buttons Diapers and Beautiful Earth!
Welcome to the Little Tikes Tree House Swing Set Giveaway Event!
We have come together with our hosts Everything Mommyhood and Mom To Bed by 8 to offer our readers a Tree House Swing Set giveaway from Little Tikes. Special thanks to our co-hosts Budget Earth and Bayou City Mamas. My Mama Adventure is excited to participate in such an amazing giveaway! A backyard “tree” house with swing set that includes a climbing wall, sliding board and more! Kids can climb to the platform two different ways, the climbing wall or by climbing the tree trunk then they can slide down and do it again and again! Your kids will get years of enjoyment from this fun and durable swing set. Perfect for children ages 3-8 years old.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Monday, August 25, 2014
Manners are a big deal to me and my family. When M was first learning to ask for things, we did not focus on please and thank you since it was all sign language, at first. As he grew and was able to use his words, I eventually taught him the sign for please and then later thank you. Now, he says it all with verbal words (though, when he really wants something, we get the verbal and the sign for please with a big sweet smile).