Author Archives: Lauren Bush

We Watch The Movie First

I love to read though I seldom get time for it.  My teen has to read per school requirements, but luckily he has developed a love for it as well.  Thus making it not so much of a chore.  The toddler will sit and let you read to him for about 10 minutes and I…

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I was born in 1981 which places me in the generational gap.  I am the oldest of the Millennials and the youngest of the Gen Xers.  I have tendencies towards both demographics, but when it comes to current trends I lean a little more millennial than X.  My current bandwagon I am driving with horses…

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The Name Game

How did YOU choose your kids’ names? Here’s our story. My husband and I have two boys, 10 years and one day apart.  When we began brainstorming for the oldest’s name, we were young and carried out the ritualistic research associated with the first child.  My husband’s first name is Albert, but he goes by…

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Our Giant Planning Wall For $100

I LOVE lists and planning, projects and schematics, reminders and calendars, but I do not do well to put things in my phone and a refrigerator calendar isn’t big enough so I end up with a million scattered sheets of random needs and to dos all over the house and in my purse. When we…

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Entertaining Through The Ages

If you have read any of my posts before then you already know that I have a twelve year old and a two year old and I always tell people this is because God has a sense of humor and, luckily, a plan.  Our children are literally 10 years and one day apart.  I think…

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Cereal For Every Meal

Benjamin, our 2 ½ year old prefers and often demands “cer-re-real” for breakfast and dinner.  He will eat regular food at lunch while at daycare, but even on the weekends, his request for sugary goodness is heard loud and clear at noon.  So when I took him for his wellness check-up last week, the pediatrician,…

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