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October has been a pretty busy month so far. My mom was visiting us for a few weeks, and her timing couldn't have come at a better time. We had a few stressors come up right when she got here, and I'm so thankful she was here to help me get through those tough weeks. 

Rebecca has been busy learning to sit up, stand up, and crawl. Of this, I am not a fan. She's getting way too big for her britches! 



She also turned 7 months old!

The big kids both started new dance classes. B is doing hip hop and loving it. S is continuing in the ballet/tap genre, and still loving every minute. This has made our Saturdays busy, but so fun! We get to spend the mornings at the park while they take turns dancing :)


We also got pedicures before my mom left, and S enjoyed her first pampering session!


Last, but definitely not least, my big boy turned 8! He is a great kid, brother and son, and we are very proud of the young man he is turning into. We've been through a lot with him, but looking back on it just reminds us how much we have all grown together. I look forward to growing and learning with him for the rest of our lives!

Happy Fall! 
XO Steph

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Favorite easy fall treats :)

I thought it would be fun to round up some of my favorite easy fall treats all in one post! Here are a few things I love around this time of year...

http://alottabitcrazy.blogspot.com/2012/11/three-ingredient-pumpkin-white.html

3-ingredient pumpkin white chocolate chip cookies
These are some of the easiest cookies you'll ever make - promise! And they just ooze fall!
 
http://alottabitcrazy.blogspot.com/2013/11/easy-3-ingredient-oreo-truffles-nobake.html
 
These are super fun to take to parties, and everyone loves them! And again, pretty easy :)
 
 
Another super easy treat that is really great for any holiday (or just... any day). Just a warning, it's addicting!


And for something a little healthier...
 
 
This little treat couldn't be any healthier... just bananas! But it tastes and feels like ice cream.
 
 
55-cacao-lg

Pascha Organic Dark Chocolate
But if you really want an easy treat...  that happens to be all organic, ALLERGEN-FREE, and absolutely delectable... just grab a few squares of Pascha Chocolate. We tried samples of the different bars, and our favorite was the 55% cacao. In full disclosure, I wasn't too fond of the 70%... it was just too dark for me.


What are your favorite easy fall treats?
Share in the comments below!

XO Steph





When the opportunity popped up on MomsMeet to sample and review Dave's Killer Bread, I jumped.
 
Have you experienced the awesomeness that is DAVE'S KILER BREAD?!

If not, read this review...
...and then run, don't walk, to the nearest grocery store and experience it for yourself.

Dave’s Killer Bread started out in 2005 and quickly became the favorite organic bread at their local Farmers Market in Portland, Oregon. Less than a decade later, they are the #1 best-selling organic bread in the country. All of their breads are organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, and packed with killer taste and texture. Dave’s Killer Bread is known for its trademark explosion of seeds, delicious chewiness, and high-quality ingredients. But the company strives to be more than just bread makers—they believe in creating lasting change for the bread industry, their communities, and their employees.

 
 
 Dave's Killer Bread is available in 12 varieties in major grocery chains across 17 states and parts of western Canada. Each loaf packs a punch in delicious flavors loaded with seeds, ancient grains, and whole grain nutrition, and each slice also contains as much protein as one egg! A loaf of Dave’s Killer Bread retails between $5.00 and $6.00.
 
 
 

So... slacking.
I've had a 6-month-old baby for about 3 weeks now. She doesn't like for me to use the computer.
Therefore, she didn't get a "6 months old!" blog post.
 
Instead... we'll do a life update + a bunch of pictures of this super cute, yet utterly exhausting, still not sleeping baby.


In case you didn't know, 6-month-old babies don't do photo shoots. They lay still for a half second, if that, and then they eat blocks. Or whatever else they can get their sausage fingers on.


Flip2BFit!
If you're looking for a fun family game to get your kids (and yourself!) off the couch, look no further than Flip2BFit! I was lucky enough to get a sample of both the highly portable Bakari, and the super addicting kids fitness board game - and we love them both!
 Bakari is a fitness memory card game. It comes with a set of cards, and a big mat that folds up so you can take it anywhere you go! I love the portability of this game, along with the easy clean up. Kids can play it by themselves by flipping cards, doing the exercises, and keeping track of their score (or just collecting their matches in my 4-year-old's case)... or you can play with up to 4 people! The exercises are fun, diverse, and (for the most part) easy - such as chair sits for 15 seconds, 5 push-ups, and cobra pose.