How To: Diaper Cake

I love crafting. I love it as much as I love sharing the excitement of my friends becoming moms! I’m not a human mom (yet) so I don’t know exactly what new moms need except for diapers. Did you know the average baby goes through 8 – 10 diapers a DAY?! My dogs’ expenses don’t

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How I Survived Long Distance

If you’re at all familiar with the story of how my husband and I began dating, you probably know we started out long distance. Months before I moved to LA, Kaleb was already living there while I was at home in Alabama. There was 0 hesitancy when we started dating because I already had plans

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What I’ve Learned From My Sister

I begged my parents to give me a little sister when I was little. Of course, I don’t remember that part very well. I remember my mother being pregnant and I specifically remembering proclaiming we would name her, “Barbie Doll.” I clearly didn’t win that battle. I remember the day my sister was born. I

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Things I Wish I Knew Before Getting My First Dog

If you don’t know me: Hi, my name is Taylor. I married a guy I met at a YouTube convention and have a family that consists of us, my step-chinchilla, and two maltipoos named Selfie and Hippie. (Fitting right?) If you do know me (or follow me on Instagram), you know my animals. I’m obsessed

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I’m Not A Homebody Because I’m Married

I’m not a homebody because I’m married. I’m a homebody because I enjoy being home. When I got engaged at 19, I expected and prepared to receive lots of unwanted opinions and “advice.” When I got married at 20, I expected and prepared to receive more eye-rolls and shocked faces when I referred to Kaleb

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Bahamas with my Momma!

Hey y’all! I had the amazing joy a couple weeks ago to be able to take my mother on a surprise trip for her birthday! My mom has wanted to go to the Bahamas for as long as I can remember. I was thrilled when I woke up one morning and realized I’m an adult

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It’s Time to Rid Your Life of Toxic People

“You are who you hang out with.” Perhaps one of my mother’s favorite things to quote to me. She isn’t wrong. She’s actually very right. (No surprise there!) Fortunately/unfortunately I was homeschooled. I didn’t have your typical middle and high school experience. I tried out public high school for a couple months my freshman year

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