Homemaking, Recipes

Egg Free Banana Bread

Banana bread is one of my favorite things to bake. It's easy, relatively mess free and I get to use up those super ripe bananas that browned overnight. Since going egg and dairy free to try to solve Maverick's intolerances, I haven't been able to use my tried a true recipe. After a bit of… Continue reading Egg Free Banana Bread

Homemaking, Motherhood, Recipes

Making Homemade Baby Food

Introducing Maverick to food has been such a fun (and very messy) experience.  I knew from the beginning that I wanted to make my own baby food. I love cooking and this allows me to know exactly what I am feeding my little guy! PLUS it's also way cheaper (but not always more convenient) than… Continue reading Making Homemade Baby Food

Maverick, Motherhood, Pregnancy

Maverick is Half a Year Old!

This past weekend, Maverick had his half birthday! I know that it sounds completely cliche, but it's true what they say - TIME FLIES when your babies are little. He has grown so much these past six months both mentally and physically (his cheeks just keep getting more squishable and squishable by the day!) He… Continue reading Maverick is Half a Year Old!

military spouse, Pregnancy

How I Kept My Husband Involved With My Pregnancy While He Was Away

When I first found out that I was pregnant, Justin was still at training halfway across the country. We were so excited! But at the same time I was also kind of sad because Justin and I weren't together. I took my pregnancy test alone, I went to the doctor alone *except for when my… Continue reading How I Kept My Husband Involved With My Pregnancy While He Was Away

military spouse

What You Should Know When You Get to Your First Base

When Justin found out about our first duty station, I immediately went into research mode, gathering every bit of information I could get my hands on. I wanted to know what life on (and around) base was going to be like. So in the interest of spreading the love, I figured I would share a… Continue reading What You Should Know When You Get to Your First Base