It’s turned cold here. Like, to stay. Pumpkins and leaves are everywhere. Days are turning more and more gray. There’s a lot of great things to like about this season, but for me there’s a subconscious signal that goes off that around 6 months of cold is about to ensue. And for whatever reason, I
Almost every morning, I get up and make an egg of some sort for breakfast. The problem is, years ago Lazy Dad and I ditched our non-stick, Teflon coated pans and got us a nice set of stainless steel pans. Mainly because things still got stuck to the non-stick pan and to scrub it off
Hey mamas! I have lots of stuff I want to share with you, including this funny video that my family BURST out laughing at several weeks ago when we were watching a news wrap-up about FIFA President, Blatter. It’s funny because I had literally just said to Lazy Dad, “is his last name Bladder?” And
With Christmas fast approaching, I thought it might be a good time to shoot out 3 quick Lazy Mom Tips that might help you squeeze just a few more minutes out of your busy December days! These tips were submitted by lazy mom readers, just like you! So, be sure and send me YOUR best
Time for another quick, brilliant Lazy Mom Tip… straight from the streets! Hannah F. sent this tip in after dealing with 3 little boys who have “can’t-seem-to-rehang-hand-towels” syndrome! I can completely relate, as more often than not, I walk into our bathroom and discover a damp hand towel crumpled up in the basket on the
I can’t take full credit for this tip as I saw it floating around on Pinterest, but I did end up putting my own spin on it, soooo… I’m claiming it! *smile* I loathe cleaning my shower. In fact, I’m pretty sure I’ve shared how much I hate cleaning my shower before with you. The
On our very looooong drive to Texas from Ohio via Florida (it’s complicated), I came across some new Lazy Mom travel tips that helped make my road trip with three kids in tow a little more enjoyable. And I thought you might benefit from them too. Especially seeing that you all have enjoyed my other
Just ignore my check engine light in the above picture long enough for me to tell you a quick Lazy Mom Tip that either…. A) You already know. Or B) You will think I’m weird for doing. Clearly my tip is a toss up between bust or life-long shunning, so let’s get right to it,
We’ve been held up at home since Sunday night after a big snowstorm dumped about 10-12 inches of snow on us and then the Canadians forgot to shut the door and keep the Polar Vortex from spilling down into America. At our coldest it was -14˚F with a windchill of -41˚F. Um, did you hear
While we were driving home from Thanksgiving we stayed with some good friends of ours in the Chicago area. The next morning, our lovely hostess made us french toast and bacon (and the most amazing coffee I’ve ever had ever). As she was placing bacon on my plate she said, “Oh! Stacey! This is a
Lazy Moms! I have gone on a long Google searching journey and discovered something amazing! But before I tell you the amazing, let me tell you this. Years ago I had heard that one of the most toxic things in your house is (get a load of this) dryer sheets! *gasp!* Who’d a thunk it?!
1. Solution to sweating water bottles that leave marks on tables: put a sock on it! Perfect. I always use an ankle-length sock. My boys use this trick when taking a water bottle to school so their water bottle doesn’t leave water on their desk and get their papers wet. ~ Carrie White 2. An
My Dear Lazy Moms, I’m writing to tell you that I have two preteen boys that have a horrible disease. The side affects of this disease can be extremely gross and embarrassingly debilitating. Reactions to an onslaught of this disease can be seen around most dinner tables around the world. Namely, dropped jaws and staring.
Over the years I have attempted many (and I mean MANY) different types of organizing techniques to corral the plethora of toys my children have had. And while some things worked for a season, I had to occasionally revamp my techniques to grow with my kids. You know, because kids toys start of clunky and