Hi, I'm Ashley! I'm a designer, new mom, diy enthusiast, and thrifty shopper. This is where I talk about renovating our turn of the century farmhouse, design inspiration, mommyhood and everything in between!
Please follow me www.thegoldbrickroad.com, and I will follow you back!
Great blog! I'm always needing fitness inspiration.
Very funny! I loved your post "This is how you move like a champ". I can totally relate, except I only have ONE kiddo!
Hi - I'm new to mombloggers so still finding my way around. Here is my link: http://nappykidshaircare.com
I love that you blog about books for kiddos! I'm always looking for new books for my little one.
Thank you, Ashley! I love your blog as well. That growth chart is super cute!
Please take a look at my blog - The Grandma Chronicles - you may find it a little different, fun, informative and offering goodies. I write about being a grandmother of course but I also feature product reviews and giveaways. Right now I have a linkup party so it is an opportunity to have new people discover your blog. You don't have to be a grandmother to join in - all are welcome. Here's the link: http://www.grandmachronicles.com/2015/03/the-grand-share-2-and-tryi...
My blog is http://time2refuel.wordpress.com hope you like it. Now I'm off to check out all these new blogs you've all posted. :)
I love that the first post I saw had xanax and children in the title :) I've followed you just because of that and my kids are not quite teenagers yet, so I'll have a little time to learn what's to come.
Very nice blog.
I love diy although I'm not very good at it. I started to try to build a desk for my 7 year old then the weather together, with some shaky connections on the legs and top got me discouraged from completing the project. I will follow you just to see if I can get reinspired to try again :)
I attached some pictures for your enjoyment I hope of my attempts :)
The table is the unfinished project that didn't turn out like I hoped. The other two I made the end tables and head board in my daughters room and the bench in mine.
Do you have a recommendation for chapter books for a 7 year old boy. My son is trying to read diary of a wimpy kid but he's also trying to improve fluency and I think something a little younger would help him improve on fluency.
Thanks for responding.