It can be overwhelming to figure out what baby must-haves you should include on your baby registry — the number of baby gadgets and supplies seem endless! There were more than a few products I included on my baby registry that, turns out, I really didn’t need…and even more products that I didn’t know I needed until after my first child — Olivia — arrived. So today I’m sharing with you 3 baby must haves that I’ve discovered over the years that I wish I would’ve known about sooner!
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I’ve thought about getting my eyebrows waxed and shaped several times over the past few years — both considering doing it myself and going to get it done professionally. But I’ve always been kind of scared to! Brows are a pretty important part of your face and if you mess those up…ehh, it could be a rough few months waiting for it to grow back! But it was finally time to get the courage and put the well-being of my brows in Waxing The City’s expert and professional hands — because I certainly didn’t trust them in my own hands! 😛
Bath time has always been a fun occasion for my kids, and something of a break for me! True, it’s still a bit exhausting to bend over the tub and wash them up but it does keep them within a confined space for a good length of time. 🙂 Since today is International Bath Day I figured it would be very fitting to share with you the 4 must have bath toys that I’ve discovered since becoming a mother.
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With a busy life as a full-time wife, mom, and blogger, it’s typically hard for me to keep my makeup vanity clean and organized on a regular basis. This year I made a resolution to do better — and I’m proud to say my methods are working! Because, let’s be real, who wants to do their makeup surrounded by spilled makeup and smudged eyeshadow palettes.
Ever since I gave birth to my little girl, Olivia Kim, 10 months ago, I continually notice the different ways motherhood changed my life. Having a child is a big deal, but there really isn’t anything that can fully prepare you for the many nuances of motherhood — both good and bad, funny and infuriating — that become a part of your daily life. Before Olivia the main ‘job’ of my everyday schedule was usually planning and cooking dinner. Now that’s so far down on the list of things to do in a day…it’s almost comical that some days I have to remind myself that I need to eat. All that to say, I thought I would share the many ways motherhood changed my life.
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Fall is my favorite season of the year, hands down. What better way to get into the fall spirit than to decorate your vanity?! We’re all makeup-obsessed girls here and enjoy spending time with our makeup at our vanity, right?! Revamping a small space in your house doesn’t have to be hard OR expensive, so keep reading to discover 5 easy ways to decorate for fall!
A Little History of Beyond the Mask
“BEYOND THE MASK majors in surprises,” Burns said of the film that opens in the English countryside and ends in high action. “From production quality and special effects to acting to the storyline combo of gospel and adventure, this is Christian filmmaking 2.0,” Burns said, adding proudly, “and from a strongly homeschooled production community.”
Impressed by the artistic values, Dr. Bruce Eagleson, founder of the Alliance of Christian Home Education Leadership, praised BEYOND THE MASK as endorsements also pour in from state leaders. “Movies should be a good story well told,” Eagleson wrote in his movie critique, “and while BEYOND THE MASK remains faithful to the gospel, primarily it is a good story well told.”