June’s Step-Mom of the Month is… Jacklyn! “I will NEVER date someone with kids”. That’s what Jacklyn used to say. That is, until this single young woman (who lived with her cat) fell for a man with two young girls. Step-moms are made in all different ways, and from what I’ve seen, it usually begins … More June’s Step-Mom of the Month!
May’s Step-Mom of the Month winner is… Kayla! What makes Kayla an awesome step-mom? Well let me start with the fact that her Instagram is flooded with pictures of her family showing us snapshots of their active life! I can see where this woman’s values lie! ❤ Kayla shared a bit about her step-parenting journey: … More May’s Step-Mom of the Month!
Have you ever gone out with your partner for a romantic date night only to stare blankly at one another under a dimly lit bulb and a nice meal? You struggle for something new and interesting to talk about. Worst case scenario, you are both sitting there with your heads down staring at your phones. Or, … More Marry Someone Interesting.
After picking up all the ingredients at the grocery store, I spent two hours making the meal. Chicken Paprikash; a Hungarian stew I grew up savouring as a special dinner. It was the first time I made my mother’s old family recipe for my husband and three stepchildren. We sat around the table and I … More What Happens to Family Traditions When You’re a Step-Mom?
It’s time to virtually crown February’s Step-Mom of the Month! And the winner is….. TANA!! Tana should be wearing a cape at all times. Her mom/stepmom abilities are worthy of a superhero! Having been a young mother, Tana has already raised two sons into successful young men. She is now on round two in her … More February’s Step-Mom of the Month!
I’ve never watched an episode of Mr. Rogers. We simply didn’t get the station on our small T.V. out in rural Manitoba. Whatever which way you bent those wire hanger antennas, it didn’t matter. But luckily, we did get these two happy fellas: I watched the documentary ‘Won’t you be my Neighbor’ on Netflix this … More The #1 Thing I Learned from Mr. Rogers.