By: Kristen Clifford Just a few weeks ago I started the task I was dreading the most: potty training my 2 year old twins. I’ve been dreading this task ever since I potty trained my oldest daughter right after I had the twins. I knew how hard it was with one kid, and the thought … More Remembering That Every Kid is Different
By: Kristen Clifford We’ve recently hit the winter slump. You know that time in the winter, where you and your kids are bored and ready for the warm weather to come.My husband and I decided we needed to find somewhere new to take the kids. I did some Googling and found a place in Pembroke … More Jungle Jake’s
By: Kristen Clifford Lately, I’ve seen lots of questions and confusions over spaghetti squash in my Facebook feeds. A lot of my friends have been talking about how they don’t know how to cook it or the best way to eat it. Spaghetti squash is a staple in our house, we eat it at least … More Spaghetti Squash
By: Kristen Clifford In my family we are big into making New Years Resolutions. Last year, I made a post about how to stick to your resolutions. I like to not only make my own resolutions, but I also like to sit down as a family and set resolutions/goals for the family and each kid. … More Kids and New Years Resolutions
Our initial goal for the Signature Moms blog contest was to select four (4) more wonderful mommy bloggers to join our Signature Moms blog. These new bloggers would join our current team of talented bloggers: Tanya Pimental, Sheila Gaudet, Martianne Stanger and Kristen Clifford. However, after reading all of the wonderful entries we received, we … More Meet Our Soon-To-Be Mommy Bloggers!
By: Kristen Clifford Starting and sticking to a diet is hard any time of the year, but the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas can be some of the hardest few weeks! Here are a few things I try to do to keep me from straying from my diet: 1. Be prepared– This is key! If … More Staying On Track During The Holidays
By: Kristen Clifford My husband and I started a tradition back in 2001. At the time, we didn’t even know we were starting one. It was our first Christmas together and we were seniors in high school. We decided to buy our first ornament together. A year later, when Christmas time rolled around, we decided … More Ornament Tradition