Walmart Online Grocery Ordering Review

Hey guys!

Happy Mother’s Day!!

To all those mamas out there–those in heaven, those with fur babies, those with healthy kiddos and those who had to say goodbye too soon–YOU are amazing! Being a mother is tough, but somehow we have the strength to do it. Props to us!

Just my luck, I am sick on Mother’s Day. We were able to go see my parents for a bit  this weekend in between working out our house, prepping it to go on the market. But while there, I started feeling pretty lousy, and it has yet to go away ):

So my husband took the kids to go have a little cookout at his mom’s, while I stayed home to get some rest.

They would be gone til later in the evening, and Sunday is usually our grocery restock day, so I was a little concerned what we’d do about shopping. I did NOT have the energy to walk around for 30-40 minutes.

So I decided to give something new a try.

Before we moved to the city, I had seen ads for online grocery ordering with pickup or delivery, but it wasn’t in my area. Now that we’re in Carmel, there’s multiple stores that offer this service nearby! I decided to go with Wal-Mart, due to the awesome prices.

Can I just say, OMG THIS IS AMAZING!

When we’d go to Meijer, the weekly cost of groceries would be approximately $85-110, depending on what we needed that week. Now compared to other folks, I know that’s already fairly low, but I’m a cheepskate, that’s too much for me!

This is my haul from Wal-Mart’s online ordering system:

This is about the same thing I get every week–give or take a few things. Guess how much I paid for it all.


I did use a coupon code (WOWFRESH) for $10 off, but that’s still an amazing price! I feel like they were very generous with their choosings too. I was a little wary about their juice of veggies/produce/etc. but everything was great.

For example, when ordering, it gives you a certain price for bananas, in increments of two bananas. I chose six total, but they had given me eight. Score!

The prices in general are just insane. In a good way!

A gallon of milk was 90 cents. YES, 90 CENTS! I’m not even sure Aldi’s milk is cheaper than that.

The process of ordering is super easy. I had a list ready that I had made earlier in the week, and simply typed everything I needed in the search bar one at a time. I made sure to “heart” each item to save it, so it’s easier to find next time.

Add the items to your cart, and when you go to checkout, it’ll ask you to choose a pick-up time, as well as prepay for your order. If for some reason an item went out of stock between your order time and pickup time, they will let you know and you can choose to go with a replacement item, or be refunded for that item.

My original pick-up time was scheduled for 7pm-8pm, so that my husband could pick it up once he’s back from the cookout. But I got a call around 3pm, saying that the order was ready and I was free to pick it up whenever I’d like.

I didn’t really feel like driving, but I’d rather there be food in the house before everyone else, so I went to get it. Once you pull into the parking there, you’ll see designated parking spots for pick-up orders, each spot labeled with a number, one through ten. There is a number to call on the numbered sign to let them know you are there and they will bring out your order.

After calling, I only waited maybe two minutes max for my order to be at my car. The Wal-Mart worker was super friendly, and she asked me if I was a mother.

I told her yes, and she wished me a happy Mother’s Day, and handed me a gift.

It came with a rose, as well, but I must have left that in the car 😛

How sweet!

This is the Wal-Mart beauty box, a little sample box that comes out every quarter year. The box is normally $5.00, which is technically just the shipping price. Not a bad value, as the contents are worth a bit more than that, as you can see below.

On top of that, I received a gift for it being my first time to order groceries online!

Man, what a perfect day to order!

Just a few little snacks and extras, plus a nifty little cookbook.

I have to tell you, I was a little nervous about ordering online–would everything be melted or thawed before I even got it? Would they pick crappy bananas and peppers, or would I get my money’s worth? I have absolutely NO complains with the Wal-Mart online grocery ordering system!

If you use my link, you get $10 off, and I get $10 off too, so we both win (:

If you guys give it a try, let me know what you think, and how much you save!

Growing Pains: My Rant For The Day

Dear Lord, I’m tired.

Like, can’t-function-properly-tired.

I went to make toast for myself this morning, after I had fed the kids, and I got out the blender instead of the toaster.

I put the cereal box in the fridge.

Apparently, you need sleep to function properly. WHO KNEW?!

Nights have been rough here lately. My husband travels for work occasionally, and this last trip has lasted a week and a half—usually it’s a day trip, or two days max.

So that means I deal with bedtime tantrums (which are a common occurrence in my household) on my own.

The thing with my kids is that they don’t sleep. Well, Mikinley does, but I swear to gosh it took her four years to sleep through the night.

Brenna wakes up at least twice every night.

She’ll wake up with any sort of excuse—she’s hungry, her belly hurts, she wants her sippy cup, she wants to lay with us. Usually quick fixes.

But the last two nights have been so miserable. With Derrick gone, I just let her lay with me to save myself a wake-up during the night. However, she has been a completely different kid and I’m going insane.

She will lay in bed, stretch and kick her legs and toss and turn nonstop. I could tell something wasn’t right. She’s not just being whiney or fidgety.

I remember this happening with Mikinley as well.

I knew it was the dreaded growing pains.

I had given Brenna some Tyenol to help with the pain, but I think what she really wanted was a shot a whiskey cause the medicine didn’t help a bit.

So I laid awake for hours while she tried to sleep. I rubbed her poor little legs so she could relax and get some relief.

That alarm in morning came WAY too fast.

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I feel so bad that she’s going through this uncomfortable-ness, (is that a word?), even though we all suffered the pain of our stumps growing.

But at the same time, I need sleep, dag nabbit!

By the end of the day, I’m pooped, exhausted, cranky, don’t feel like doing anything. Part of me just wants to fast forward to when my kid freakin sleeps like a normal human being, but the other part of me wants to cherish every moment.

Every happy moment, every miserable moment, every moment my children are screaming bloody murder at me.

Wish me luck peeps, and if you have any advice for growing pains in toddlers, let me know. Nothing ever helped with Mikinley, so I’m hoping I (and Brenna) can find some relief.

Finding Your Discipline Style

Gosh, what a busy weekend!

Much of Saturday was spent on the road—we went out to lunch before heading to Dyer, then realized there was a time change where we were headed, so we drove around downtown Indianapolis for an hour to stall.

Dyer was great, though! It’s always nice to see family, and we celebrated my husband’s GREAT GRANDMOTHER’S 101st birthday!

It’s so amazing that my girls still have a great-great grandparent. That’s nearly unheard of!

While there, we had a second birthday party for another family member, this one was a surprise.

So needless to say, there was lots of food, beer, toys, kids running around.

As our kids were running around, playing with their cousins, my husband and I realized how well they were behaving. This was the first time we’ve been to any sort of event without having to get up every two seconds, or reside to following them around to make sure they’re not terrorizing some other kid, or stealing someone’s food.

It was a breath of fresh air being able to actually relax and let them play without having to get up and be the bad guy. I know I’m not the only one who has gone through this!

So when your child misbehaves on a consistent basis, what’s the best way to administer discipline?

Well, as you may be aware, there is a wide range of thought on this subject. One school of thought teaches essentially hand’s off, and says, the little darlings are very intelligent, so let them figure it all out on their own. No punishment or reward systems. Still another extreme says that the Singapore model of “caning” people for littering is a good one.

Most of us find ourselves in between these two extreme positions.

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The fact is that anyone who actually watches children behave – without preset mental filters – will almost certainly come to the conclusion that different children respond differently. Some kids could care less about spankings. It’s like they don’t even feel it at all. Or if you use a reward system, it doesn’t phase them—they could do with or without whatever you’re offering.

So how do you find out what method of discipline will work for your kid(s)?

In a word: experiment! Here are six ideas for proceeding.

#1 – Put on your “scientist hat.”

Research what’s out there. No author knows your kid better than you do. But many researchers have seen thousands of kids and had opportunities to try various strategies with kids and their families. So knowing what’s been done before is a very good strategy in and of itself.

#2 – Once you have a sense of what is possible, start interacting with your own kid(s).

Bear in mind that we live in societies that are increasingly filled with busybodies who do everything they can to blur the lines between discipline and abuse. So be careful as you try different discipline ideas.

Important note: as you try these ideas, it is critically important that you (a) remember your main goal: raising good, intelligent humans that are no a-holes. If this isn’t your main goal, well, shoot. Not sure why you’re reading this, then. And (b) be patient. This is as much an experiment for them as it is for you. They’ve never been where they are right now. It’s their first time being a kid at the age they are. And remember, you’re not dealing with lab rats here. You’re dealing with *your* children. Never lose sight of that.

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#3 – When you find something that seems to work, don’t think you can finally relax.

Sorry, Charlie.

Don’t confuse short term hits to the bull’s-eye with long term success. Your child may be responding to novelty as much as to the discipline. When the novelty wears off – and it will – your child may very well revert to the old behaviors that you tried to change. Novelty has a tough time lasting more than a few weeks. So give things at least three to six weeks to see if the changes are enduring.

#4 – Tweak before you make major changes in your efforts.

For example, suppose you are rewarding your kid(s) with pizza at the end of the week if certain things are done right. And suppose you have reason to believe they are responding to novelty rather than the measures themselves. Rather than junking the measures, tweak them a bit to determine if your suspicion is valid. For example, you might vary the food rewards and say, “Look – if you do the right things, you get to pick what we have for Friday dinner.” You might be on the right track and tweaking gives you a chance to really find out.

#5 – If tweaking doesn’t work, then by all means try new approaches, keeping in mind all of the above.
#6 – Finally, be humble enough to know that you might need professional family help in the form of therapists and other counselor types.

This does NOT mean you are a bad parent, or that you have bad kids.

However, you’ve got to be careful here because these professionals vary widely in terms of competence and also in terms of appropriateness for your family. For example, some therapists suggest Ritalin as the first line of therapeutic intervention if the child is having trouble in school. You have a right to be skeptical in such situations. Listen to your own inner voice here. No matter how well-intentioned, many therapists simply get things wrong. If the one you’ve initially selected isn’t right for your child or your family, try another.

Note: there are professional organizations that can help you find a decent therapist if there is a need. America and many other nations are rich in resources to help families. Look to them if your problems grow too intense for you to handle on your own.

One last little bit–use common sense.

Sounds strange perhaps, but the fact is that no matter what professional help you may seek out, no matter what books you read, and no matter what online forums you participate in – YOU will be making the decisions. You are responsible, like it or not. Use the best intelligence you can and proceed with caution.



Egg Coloring Fun

We did something fun last night!

Coloring eggs is a tradition we’ve always done, as most other families do at Easter.

However, my kids HATE being messy, so it’s not always pleasant.

This includes playing in the dirt, mud, messy food, you name it.

The second they get dirty, they’re both whining to be cleaned up. How boring! 😝 Though honestly, I don’t mind, it keeps things a little cleaner around the house.

Anyway, coloring eggs is often a messy process, so the past few years have been all about trial and error while I try to make it less messy + more fun.

The first year we did Kool-aid and water. Water spilt, it stained our hands, it wasn’t fun.



Then we tried shaving cream and food coloring. This was a cool idea, but again, my girls didn’t like getting their hands all messy and then I had to worry about Brenna trying to eat the shaving cream.

It wasn’t a good time.

I was at the store looking for egg-dyeing kits, hoping to find a cool idea, but didn’t see anything right away. So I thought we could try shaving cream again—but then after grabbing eggs, I passed the whipped cream.

Whipped cream is just like shaving cream, but so much tastier. Maybe I could give that a try!

Maybe the girls wouldn’t mind being messy if they got to eat the messiness off their hands.

So I took a risk and gave it a shot.

This is all you need, plus bowls and spoons or something else to mix the dye in.

I used gel dye because that’s all I saw at the store, instead of the liquid drop kind. Must be old-fashion now, I don’t know.

But it worked just fine! I put a good squeeze into the bowl with the whipped cream and it mixed just fine! You can use more or less to make it a certain shade, or mix dyes to make your own colors.

We just kept it simple, and I only used three because honestly, I didn’t know how the girls would do and didn’t want to create too much waste if they hated it.

But the second I put everything down on the floor, they dove right in!

I laid a cardboard box on the kitchen floor just to be safe. They barely even got any on the box!

Clean up was a breeze as well—their hands were messy of course, but they ate a majority of the whipped cream, and what was left washed off wish soap and water without barely any scrubbing. No stains!

Notice the one missing, I had to taste-test the first one 😉 Just to make sure they were cooked all the way, ya know 😉

This is definitely our favorite egg-coloring process, we all had fun! Mom didn’t have much to clean up, and the girls had a great time getting edible-y messy 😝

Happy egg decorating, y’all!

Maybe Baby

I’ve been asked a few times if we plan on trying again for our third child.

If you would have asked me right after the miscarriage, I would have said yes.

You would think I would have been hesitant, but I was so determined to have another baby.

I wasn’t scared of it happening again, I was optimistic.

One of the nurses at the hospital chatted with me about her recent loss, and that she was pregnant again after only two months (the doctor recommended three before trying again). It was inspiring to me, that someone else had been given another shot so quickly.

But if you ask me now, I don’t even know how to respond.

Do we want to risk it again? Do we even have the space for another kid, since we’ve moved to an apartment in the city? Even if we did have the space, do I even want another baby?

I look at my two girls and I’m so happy. They drive me absolutely insane sometimes (all the time), but I’m content with them.

Now that we’ve moved and I have access to a gym with daycare, I’m working hard to getting back in shape. Even if I can’t make it to the gym, I still make time to work out at home—I follow this workout plan and I love it. I’ve been doing it on off days. Do I really want to get huge again and start all over?

With an apartment and a mortgage, can we even afford another child?

The more I thought about it, the more doubts I had.

In my mind, if I wasn’t 100% sure, then it’s a no.

I want it to be a yes, but everything is telling me no.

I’m not sure how I will feel in a month, or a couple months or a year. Maybe I’ll catch baby fever again, or maybe I’ll just continue to be happy with my family of four.

It’s funny how your feelings can turn from one extreme to the other.

It’s funny how fitting into a pair of size 5 jeans, which hasn’t happened since high school, can make you change your perspective.

I just want what’s best for me and my family.

So right now, if you ask me if we plan on trying again, I’ll probably just say no.

Ask me again next year, when I hopefully have abs 😝

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Hey guys! Hope everyone’s week is going great. We’re halfway through it already!

It’s spring break here, and my mom surprised us with a visit! She stayed the last two days and we had a blast. It was rainy so our outdoor plans fell through, but we found things to do in the city (:

Now that she’s gone and the house is (somewhat) quiet again, I’m back to writing!

I wanted to touch on a topic I think a lot of mamas can relate to.

One thing I’m SUPER guilty of is dressing frumpy.

Ask my husband, seriously—I’m the queen of frump.

He says he doesn’t mind, but even if he did, he’s stuck with me anyway 😝

Recently, though, I made a switch from “frumpy” to “activewear.” Whether or not I was working out, I was still always in yoga pants and a cute tank. A little step up from too-big t-shirts and pajama pants, right? Maybe just a little 😝

Honestly though, I feel cuter and a little more motivated to actually move around if I was in active wear.

As many of you already know, I LOVE saving money on anything, especially clothes. Looking cute for less, that’s my definition of fashion.

I see so many cute outfits from Nike, Under Armour, local sports stores, etc. and fall in love, but then see the price tag and nearly poop my pants.

How could anyone pay $60 for ONE SPORTS BRA.


That’s just crazy.

So of course, I’m always on the hunt for affordable work out gear to either lounge in, or actually work out in.

I’ve compiled a list of amazing stores to score some sweet deals on activewear! Save money so you can spend it on other things.

Like pizza.

This amazing website has a ton of cute, very affordable options. Find sports bras for less than $10, leggings for around $15, or complete sets for around $20!




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Rose Wholesale

Another great site with amazing prices! You can find complete outfits here as well, plus great deals on leggings, sports bras, and other workout necessities. I love checking out the user-submitted photos at the bottom of the page to get a realistic idea of how they look (:

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Forever 21

I’ve always loved Forever 21 for their clothes, and I’ve recently discovered their super cute activewear section! There is a large variety of options, whether you’re wanting yoga wear, high support gear, or low impact loungewear, Forever 21 has what you need.



Walmart is my go-to if I need to update something quick, rather than wait for shipping or make a trip to the mall. The brand Avia and Danskin Now offer tons of great tops and bottoms at awesome prices.



Old Navy

I’ve never had much luck with regular clothing at Old Navy, but their activewear is awesome! I’m a sucker for tanks with cute backs and leggings with crazy colors, and you can find both, plus tons of other styles, at Old Navy.


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I swear I’m on Amazon every single day looking for new stuff. I wouldn’t call it an addiction, but…uh…:P



I hope you guys can find some awesome deals and get to update your wardrobe for cheap! Just be careful not to become obsessed. It’s very easy to do (;

Let me know what you find!

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It works for crayons, too!


Hey guys!

Hope your weekend is going well so far!

It’s pretty quiet here today, Mikinley is having her first sleepover with her friend from school, who lives in the same apartment complex. How convenient!

I was SO worried about her changing schools in the middle of a school year. I never went through that experience, so it always scared me. Trying to make friends in a brand new place has got to be tough!

But Mikinley did just fine. She came home the second day of school asking for her little friend to come over.

I was ecstatic!

My baby was making friends already 😊

They’ve had a couple other play dates since then, and we’ve found they are both SO creative.

They LOVE to draw, color, create stories, and even….

Draw on the walls.


Mikinley KNOWS this is a no-no. She did it quite a bit at our old house—in her “office” she wrote her name on the wall a few times, on the trim, and even on the floor.

I guess she just likes to mark her territory 😉

So after a play date, I was cleaning up and happened to see a spot on the door. Looking closer, I saw they had both written their names—Mikinley now goes by the name “Melly” for some reason LOL

We had a talk with her, letting her know that we are in an apartment now, not a house, so we can’t be marking our territory like we did at the house.

She understood, so here’s hoping she doesn’t do it again!

Regardless, I was pretty nervous about getting the pen off the door.

Before, we had extra paint and just painted over the mess. No biggie.

Now what was I going to do?

Of course, I jump on Pinterest to see what I can find.

Somehow, I got lucky on my first try!

I text my husband and asked him to pick up some hairspray on his way home.

We gave it a try and were so amazed at how quickly this trick worked!

All you have to do is spray the area, approximately two inches or so from the wall/door, and you can literally watch the ink drip down. Just have a rag handy to wipe it up.

I barely even had to scrub!

As you can see in the picture above, Audii’s name was a little darker, so I had to wipe that a few times, but the rest came off so easily.

I don’t often use hairspray anymore, but when I do, I love to use the Aussie brand, because I LOVE the smell and it’s not sticky at all. That’s hard to find with hair products! However, my husband just grabbed the cheapest hairspray he could find while he was at the store. No problem, it still worked!

This also worked on permenant marker, just so you know!

I have yet to try this trick with crayons—I hope I don’t have to, but knowing my kids, it’s gonna happen.

What cleaning tricks do you have using household items? I love learning new cleaning tips and hacks, especially if it involves things I (usually) already have in the house. Leave a comment with your favorites!

April Photo Challenge

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I’m always telling myself to take more photos—I mean I take a lot anyway, but there’s not much of a variety. Usually it’s just the kids and whatever they’re up to.

I wanted to make a list of some things to photograph to keep me on track. I’d like to try to use my DSLR too, rather than just my phone. If you’re looking into a high-quality starter camera, check out the Canon Rebel T6! I started a Rebel (an earlier version) five years ago and fell in love.


These don’t need to be in order of course—the weather doesn’t always cooperate, or maybe you had a PB&J for lunch and don’t feel like sharing with the world 😊 Use it as more of a checklist instead.

  1. Kiddos playing outside.
  2. Spring cleaning.
  3. Yard work.
  4. Grass stains.
  5. Sunshine.
  6. Dandelions.
  7. Umbrella.
  8. Blowing bubbles.
  9. Lunch.
  10. Selfie with spring colors.
  11. Blooming flowers/trees.
  12. Spring OOTD.
  13. A spring tradition.
  14. Rain.
  15. Picking a flower.
  16. Riding bike.
  17. Baby animal.
  18. Home.
  19. Spring decor.
  20. Relaxation.
  21. Planting seeds.
  22. Favorite colors.
  23. Something new.
  24. Fresh fruit.
  25. Easter crafts.
  26. View from window.
  27. Nighttime.
  28. Easter dinner.
  29. Whatcha drinkin?
  30. Fave quote.


I will be the first to admit I am TERRIBLE at following along with photo challenges, but I will try my best to keep up!

Use the hashtag #AprilPhotoHustle and/or tag me @hustleheartsandpoptarts so I can see what y’all are up to!


10 Random Facts About Me

  1. I can’t swim.

I used to be able to. I used to be a really good swimmer, actually. I could dive well, do flips in the water, handstands, breaststroke, and a few other things I don’t even know the names of. I just did ‘em. I used to go over to my cousin’s house and swim ALL the time. And the beach, and water parks or hotel pools on vacation.

I think there was a year I took off swimming—not on purpose, I just didn’t get around to it. I believe it was when I was pregnant with Mikinley. I was self-conscious, didn’t want to put on a swim suit looking like a beached whale, so I just didn’t swim.

Somehow I lost my ability to swim, and gained anxiety.

The last time I went to the beach, thinking I could swim, I ended up having an anxiety attack because I couldn’t touch the ground. It was so weird! And embarrassing.

About a year ago, we went to a mud run in Michigan, and I was unaware that there was a bit of swimming (or at least falling into deep water) involved. I felt pretty humiliated when I fell in the water and Derrick had to pull me up cause I literally just sank. I had to skip the rest of the obstacles involving water. I felt like a loser!

We just joined a gym with a 3-foot pool, so I’m hoping to get in there soon and re-learn the basics and hopefully kick this anxiety. Wish me luck!


  1. I’m super cheap.

I think a lot of people know this already, but hey! My husband (usually) loves this about me. I save A TON of money by being a cheapskate.

Yesterday I ran to Walgreens to get Diet Pepsi (only buy it when it’s three for $10, or less), and figured I’d grab a few things for our new apartment as well. Needed batteries, clothes hangers, and shower curtain liner. I about pooped my pants when I saw the prices! I looked and looked for generic brands, but they were nonexistent. $9 for a shower liner, $6 for four AAA batteries, $5 for eight clothes hangers. I bought the pop, got in my car, and put Dollar Tree in my gps. It was 15 minutes away, a little more than I’d like to drive for just a few things, but I was NOT paying that much for a piece of plastic that I can find for $1 elsewhere!

I’m like this with EVERYTHING.

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  1. I learned the alphabet in French when I was four.

Thanks, Barney.


  1. I’m a sucker for Rome/Greek/Mythology shows and movies.

The shows Rome and Spartacus are in my top ten favorite shows. I love learning about gods and goddesses and their lore. I’ve always found this stuff so interesting!


  1. I love pizza.

With a passion.


  1. I love anything zombie.

My sister and I grew up watching zombie movies (thanks, Mom). I don’t think they ever really scared us. We loved that kinda stuff ever since I can remember. To this day, my favorite show is The Walking Dead and I love reaching the graphic novels.

I also have a Zombie Outbreak Response Team decal on my car. I always wonder what the other parents think when they see it in the school pick-up line.


  1. Gatlinburg is my soul city.

We were married there. It was the first time I had seen the mountains. We were chased by bears. It’s my favorite.


  1. If wrestling is on, I’ll watch it.

A good friend of mine and I found a local channel with a very cheesy, low budget wrestling show back in 2006 or so. It was so hilarious, we decided to watch WWE. It was also hilarious, and had a much larger budget. So we decided to play the games on PS2. We slowly became obsessed, though I don’t think we’d ever admit it. I mean obviously it’s fake, but it’s just so easy to get into it!

Now that we live in Indy, I’m itching to go to a WWE live event. Judge me (:


  1. I’m NOT a sports person.

I played soccer for 10 years, but ended up quitting before Sophomore year due to drama. Wasn’t worth it anymore. Now, I couldn’t tell ya when football season is, or baseball, or how to play them. But if somehow, some way I end up watching a game, I’ll get pretty into it. With the exception of wrestling though, I skip past any sports on the boob tube.


  1. I’m left-handed.

But I cannot do a damn thing besides write with it. Everything else I do right-handed.


Leave me a comment with a fact or two, or ten, about you!

Interview With Mikinley

Just a quick, fun little activity with my little bear. Some answers were sweet, and some were pretty funny (:

Try these with your kid and see what they come up with!


1. What is your happiest memory?

When mommy hugs me.


2. Why do you like being a kid?

Because…..I like to play.


3. One word to describe you would be _______.

Goofy! Actually, cute.



4. What advice would you give your parents?

Play with me.


5. If you could be any animal, which one would you be and why?

A cat. Because they’re soft.


6. What do you like to do for fun?

Play out in the playground.


7. Tell about a funny time in your life.

One time I did a cartwheel and I farted!


8. What is your favorite thing to do? Why?

Watch TV because I love princess movies!


9. What is your favorite thing to do with your friends?

Play puppy Titanic with Audi.


10. What do you love most about your sibling?

She cuddles with me when I sleep sometimes.


11. What was the nicest thing you did for someone?

I pet the dog at Audi’s house.


12. What do you think you will be doing 10 years from now?

I’ll be in high school doing really hard homework.









13. What is your favorite thing to do in the summer?

I like to eat a lot of cake. Cause my birthday is in summer!


14. What would be the ideal allowance? Tell me how you would use it.

$20. I’d spend it on a big Doc Mcstuffins set. Like, her actual house.


15. Name two things we should do as a family on the weekend.

Order pizza, and order breadsticks.


16. What is the grossest thing you can think of?

Daddy’s poop!


17. Who is your favorite superhero and why?

Daddy! Because he’s an engineer and fixes my toys.