Tall Mom tiny baby: 2017

Natural and Flawless

Friday, April 21, 2017

Today's #MinuteWithMary is a video about this simple, fresh, and natural spring look - all with products from Younique! Allergies have been making my skin super discolored, but thanks to the Flawless Four - I can feel human again!

Click below to watch the video.

Minute With Mary - Easy Easter Egg Hunt Game

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

One of the advantages of having two young children, is that they get excited about the smallest things! They have no expectations about holidays or gifts for birthdays - they just love life.

So today's #MinuteWithMary is all about using those plastic Easter Eggs before Easter - to keep those kiddos running around, especially if you are a little tired yourself ;)

Watch the video below for more!


Saturday, February 18, 2017

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Before I had my (not-so) tiny babies, I had the privilege of traveling to Italy - three different times! And thanks to those trips, I fell in love with lattes!

Now don't get me wrong, I love a great cup of coffee, but when I feel like spoiling myself a bit, I choose to have a latte. It's the perfect blend of sweetness, froth, and of course a caffeinated base. I get a latte at the end of a nice date night, or when I meet up with a girlfriend at a cafe. They are just so darn delicious and tasty...and I've often wished that I had the money and time to invest in a latte machine for my home.

Then, I heard about the International Delight® One Touch Latte™, and I read that one can turn everyday coffee into a sweet, frothy latte!

Skeptical? So was I at first, but let me tell you, I am honestly impressed! My morning cup of coffee is now special, and I even sit down to drink it.


Saturday, January 21, 2017

The social and political climate in our country over the past few months has been...a little crazy. Of course this isn't a political post, and my contention has always been that you can and should vote for whomever you think is the best choice.

That, however, doesn't dismiss the fact that it's been contentious and it feels like we as a nation are more divided than ever.

But I realized, amidst everything going on, my home doesn't have to feel divided and I don't have to let it color any of the interactions in my family.  So I thought I would do an awesome craft with my kids to help promote teamwork, love, and toss in a little social solidarity that serves as the framework of my beliefs.

Yep - I did a rainbow craft with my kids. Here's how and why...