Easy and Quick Dinner Rolls

I’m a recipe loyalist. As soon as I find a recipe I like, I stick with it. Why mess with a perfect thing, right? It’s why I’ve been making the same chocolate chip cookies for eight years now, and why I bring the same French silk pie to Christmas dinner every year. I recently found…

My “Reverse Bucket List”

We see them all the time on blogs: “bucket lists” or “100 Things in 1,000 Days.” We are often so focused on what we want to accomplish in the future that we rarely look back at what we’ve accomplished already in our lives. It’s easy to feel disheartened when you look at that daunting list,…

Finding Comfort and Community in Motherhood

I envy people who have found a home in their church. I envy the community they have around them, the shared experience that brings them together.  For all intents and purposes, science in my religion. Well, science and feminism. I’m not woo-y in any way, shape or form. While I am perfectly satisfied in my…

Baby Things We Couldn’t Live Without

First of all, I know that’s an incredibly privileged thing to say. That being said, I wanted to share a few things that have made our lives as parents SO much easier!  Search for “things I need for baby” and you’ll find lists upon lists upon lists from both parents and brands, telling you that…

My Perfectionist Confession

My last post was on April 20th of this year. Every time I go to view my blog, I cringe at what I see. The pictures, the content. It’s just not…right. What I mean is, it’s not perfect. I have a long list of things I want to share, but I wonder: does it matter? Should…