Childhood Vaccines


There was an article not too long ago in Parenting Magazine called “The Absolute Truth About Vaccines”, subsequently I got a call from the CDC interested in my opinions about vaccines and what we have elected to do with our children. So with vaccines on the brain I wanted to get your opinions.  Can you feel […]

Threads for the Tiny People: Featuring Mini Mioche

Mini Mioche Cover

This month I’m partnering with Mini Mioche to bring you Thursday Threads for the Tiny People. I have expressed my fondness of alliteration before, have I not? It is the little things that make me happy, you know?  The way these partnerships go, I get to show you stuff that I really like and then […]

Childhood Cancer: Facing Survival

Childhood Cancer Survivor Hugh

September is Childhood Cancer awareness month and I wanted to take the opportunity to help raise awareness of the struggle kids with cancer and their families face. One of my dear friends, Kate, has gone through the unimaginable with her son Hugh. He was diagnosed with brain cancer at 4 ½ years of age. When […]

The Language Barrier Between Friends

The Language Barrier Between Friends

I am an average person. I’m not too into politics, but I believe we should all exercise our right to vote when we have our opportunity. I’m not far left or far right. I believe we should all be treated equally no matter…no matter. I find more comfort in having a strong moral compass than […]

Kids Summer Clothing Trends


A Note from Shine On Mom: I recruited an expert in kid fashion to provide you with some great ideas for summer attire and accessories for your little ones. Mini mioche is a friend of Shine On Mom and I couldn’t be happier to be introducing you to a really cool organic clothing line for […]