Thank You For Shopping Small

Thank You For Shopping Small

We grow because of your support and commitment to keep things small and your trust in our company. Your support helps us do our part to ensure better roads, better schools, and more revenue coming into our city. 
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We Have so Much to Be Thankful For

We Have so Much to Be Thankful For

The week of for me, is an exhilarating mix of no sleep, nervousness, excitement followed by long hours and stress.I want it to be perfect for you and so much thought and attention goes into every last little detail. In that mix, I'm just a Mom trying to enjoy her children home from school and preparing for a feast to share with family and friends over gratitude and blessings.
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Things I Want My Daughters to Know

Things I Want My Daughters to Know

It took me a very long time to realize how valuable my life and precious time really is. So much of it I wasted on things and people that would never changed no matter how much I loved or gave. My beautiful, kind, precious girls, you are amazing just the way you are. Here are 20 Things to Always Remember. 
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Diary of the Tired Mom with Sports Kids

Diary of the Tired Mom with Sports Kids

6:00am-7:30am: Literally spend almost 2 hours driving kids back and forth to practices before the sun has risen. Avoid hitting a skunk. Still thinking about coffee. Wonder if Early Morning Practice kid can ride a bike 20 miles in the dark.
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From the Heart

From the Heart

If I had only listened to all the warnings when I was younger instead of having an obsession with being dark things might be different for me.
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Shopping Small Means So Much More This Year

Shopping Small Means So Much More This Year

Shopping Small is so much more than supporting local communities.

It's supporting actual people, working hard every day to make a dream come true.

It's putting food on the table. Helping makes end meet. And loads and loads of sacrifice.

We grow because of your support and commitment to keep things small and your trust in our company. Your support helps us do our part to ensure better roads, better schools, and more revenue coming into our city. 

It allows us to create jobs and keep them secure so our employees can better their situations and reach their own personal goals. 

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Mom Bods are Hot AF

Mom Bods are Hot AF

And just like that as my mindset changed so did my body and I pray I can keep this up. That I can remember what I've worked for and continue to use it to positively influence the 3 little girls watching me. 
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Back to School - Mom's this one is for you!

Back to School - Mom's this one is for you!

"Running a Business is Hard. Being a Mom is Harder. Balancing them both has me feeling some days like I'm a super skilled Ninja and other days like one Big Hot Mess. "
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Photo Shoots, Ranching, and Mom Life

Photo Shoots, Ranching, and Mom Life

 I knew when I started this company that I wanted to be different and stand for something. I wanted to grow a business where I could balance my family, farm, and bring a community together.
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Hey I heard You Like the Wild Ones....

Hey I heard You Like the Wild Ones....

Never in a million years did I imagine that move would change my life. That a relationship built solely on the love for our daughter would evolve into finding my soulmate. The man who would gift me, the girl slated to not be able to have children, with 2 more beautiful little girls. 
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Making Memories One Kid at a Time

Making Memories One Kid at a Time

That morning, after our walk I realized that sometimes the best medicine is getting some special time with each child and it reminded me to find a way to do that a little more. Being a Mom is hard. Being a Working Mom is hard. Being a Mom to more than one Kid is Hard. Balancing it all is Hard. 
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Keeping It Real- One Cup of Coffee at a Time

Keeping It Real- One Cup of Coffee at a Time

Real talk this Morning. 

 I’m tired. Like drop dead, crabby AF tired. 

 And here’s a fun fact. I haven’t had coffee in a month. Or eaten anything with gluten. Seriously. And I have been feeling GREAT. but this morning, I NEED COFFEE. 

 On Thursday nights I host a Live Sale for my Boutique which has me up late, getting to bed well after everyone in my house is asleep. Totally fine with that. It’s my job. And I Love It. But what you don’t know is for some crazy reason our youngest decided a few weeks ago to have some sort of obsession with riding the school bus. The bus that arrives at 6:30. The bus that I feel is just way too early for my kids that have a very long school day as it is now. I know. I was an educator for several years. They need all the rest they can get. So, we drive them in. But....her obsession is real and she has been determined to ride the bus. Even if it means going to bed earlier. Even if it means waking on her own. Even if it means discipline. And you know I'm all about Goal Diggers. So, we allowed it. But then SHIT. GOT. REAL. 

Now, to be bluntly honest I am the only early riser around here. And not that I necessarily enjoy rising before our crowing Rooster does but because if I'm going to get that workout in its got to happen at the crack of dawn or it doesn't get done. It is what it is. So, I figured it wouldn't be too bad. I would wake her up when I got up to work out and it would be fine. But then it got crazy. She began to get this obsession I wouldn't wake up. Or she would miss the bus. She began resorting to infant mode and all of the sudden I had a newborn again. One that woke at all hours of the night only this one didn't need breast fed. This one was at my bed side saying "Can you do my hair?" at 2am. "How long do I have before the bus comes?" at 3am and when I had enough of that and told her she COULD NOT WAKE ME UP THAT EARLY she began just getting ready on her own. Turning every light on and getting ready in complete entirety. A 6-year-old all dressed up with no place to go. Watching Netflix at 4am. A full 2.5 hours before the bus was set to arrive. The rest of the household still sound asleep. Her Mother? A Walking Zombie. Hangry at the World before the Sun had rose planning to fuel that anger with Carbs and plan an early Happy Hour. Who needs to work today right? My Middle Daughter says to me "Mom, you can always go back to bed" where I laugh and say "Oh silly child, but there is work to be done today and a Mother does not simply just go back to bed." 

Ah, the joys of being a Working Mom, right? 

Now any tips on getting your 6-year-old to Sleep through the Night. Seriously. Drop them Below. 

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