Last month Tommy, Ava, and I were invited to have a sneak preview of Fair Oaks Mall’s version of its “winter wonderland” that will greet kiddos wishing and hoping to meet Santa in Washington DC this year. The theme is Santa’s Flight Academy! [Read more…]
Happy Tuesday folks! [Read more…]
Happy Tuesday everyone.
I’m still trying to make sense of what happened in Las Vegas and there are no words. Sending prayers and hopes that we will be able to address the issues of mental health and gun-control safety in our country. [Read more…]
Happy Thursday everyone!
Today we have a special guest blogger, Susan Conley from Cook The Stone, joining us. 🙂 Susan is an aspiring food blogger and Bee in DC reader! Be sure to check her blog out for recipes and healthy eating tips. I think you will find her post today very helpful and useful. Enjoy!
Is a headache slowing you down? Treat the common health problem by eating any of
these foods that can help soothe a headache. [Read more…]
Happy Monday folks! Hope you are feeling refreshed and reenergized after a weekend away (hopefully) from the hustle and bustle of work. I am fresh off a week-long work visit in Tucson and a weekend in LA celebrating my dear friend’s baby shower for her first baby – a girl – due in October!
Even though Ava is 2-years-old so it has been a minute since I last breastfed, the same conversations around breastfeeding seem timeless. [Read more…]
Happy Tuesday folks! By the time you read this post, I will be in Tucson for the week for a work retreat. Hope your day is a good one! [Read more…]
Happy Tuesday! It is definitely a happy Tuesday for me, as I’m still celebrating my birthday with my Starbucks birthday reward latte this morning and post-birthday office celebration (see below)! [Read more…]
On Saturday morning my mom, Ava, and I attended a theater production at Arts on the Horizon, a professional, non-profit theater company with a specific focus of providing high-quality performances and education programs for young people ages 0 to 6 years old and their families.
The production we saw was a 30-minute show called Nutt And Bolt. [Read more…]