I’m always on the lookout for good deals on mug racks and tiered trays to get the farmhouse inspired look as seen on Fixer Upper!! Here are a few of the good ones I’ve run across on … [Read More]
Welcome to my Spring home tour!! I am so excited to have you over for a visit. I am so ready for the Sunshine and warmer days ahead, how about you?
This week, I am teaming up with 20 … [Read More]
Hey, friends! Today I’m sharing the details on my awkward, messy kitchen pantry turned coffee bar! If you missed the first post on my Fixer Upper inspired kitchen redo for under $300 – see … [Read More]
A few weeks ago, my sister shared with me a life-long dream she has had to reenact the classic Charlie Brown Thanksgiving scene with our kids.
Could I jump on board with this idea? She … [Read More]
Need some last minute
(Emphasis on Easy)
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Plus, I’m sharing a chance to win $600 CASH!
No Sew Toothless Dragon Costume
Easy Wildstyle Lego … [Read More]
Happy Fall Ya’ll! Today I’m sharing one of my favorite Fall comfort foods: Cincinnati Chili.
Chili is one of those meals I start craving as soon as the weather gets cooler and the leaves … [Read More]
Ever since we got our little vintage camper up and running we’ve been mapping out the places we’d love to take her. I thought it would be fun to camp in Florida and have always wanted to go … [Read More]
Our family has enjoyed trips to Disney World with our kids at every stage beginning at 3 months! I am a big advocate for taking kids when they are young because A. they’re so cute and B. … [Read More]
Our family enjoyed the trip of a lifetime at Walt Disney World in Florida with my husband’s siblings, their spouses, kids and parents! The entire Lemp clan converged in Orlando, 22 of us in … [Read More]
What to Pack
Too much stuff can weigh you down and it’s a hassle to carry around. The general rule, even with kids, is to pack everything you think you need – then cut out at least half of it. Pack light! My biggest weakness is over-packing clothes, yet clothes can be washed and re-warn at times. I always try to pack things for my kids that are dual purpose. For example, instead of packing a dress shoe and an every day shoe, I’ll pack a nice sandal or shoe that can be warn dressy or for every day. I’m more concerned with packing things for emergency situations that can easily turn stressful. For example: bandaids, Benadril (for allergic reactions), children’s pain releaver, plastic bags, easy access to a change of clothes/underwear, a snack, water bottle, etc. Rather than packing a giant stroller, we find an umbrella stroller or baby carrier is better for trips.
Preparing the Kids
While planing for a trip to Florida when our kids were very young, we had some strong reservations