Kellee is a 27 year old small-town girl from Southwest Georgia. She is married to software engineer, Michael, and is mom to 6-year-old son, Zachary, and baby girl, Karalee. She is a stay-at-home-mom, but also has her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy, and hopes to one day be able to return to a career in the school system, helping students become more independent. Kellee enjoys spending time with her family, baking, board games, playing tennis, traveling, being outside, and volunteering as a high school ministry leader at her church.
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Ask for Help!

I was texting a friend the other day asking if she needed anything. She had just given birth to a sweet baby boy via emergency C-section. Her son was in the NICU due to...
Christmas Eve Box

The Christmas Eve Box – A Family Tradition to Start!

I don’t know what kind of mom you are around the holidays, but I LOVE making holidays magical for my kids, especially Christmas.  I love knowing I was partly responsible for making their eyes...
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Talking to Your Kids About Difficult Things

Do you ever try to keep your kids in a bubble of innocence?  As if nothing bad or hard or hurtful could ever happen to them or those they love?  As if difficult things...

I Was Having the Perfect Pregnancy — Until I Wasn’t

On January 10th, I found out my husband and I were expecting a baby.  Despite the *ahem* challenges of 2020, my pregnancy had been the one thing that had gone right. Everything was perfect.   Weight...

Easy Dairy-Free Breakfasts

When I was 18, I had two surgeries to remove 16 inches of intestines.  Long story short, almost 10 years later, I still have trouble eating certain foods.  My biggest offender?  Dairy.  And though...

Easy Ways to Keep Your Kids Doing Math This Summer

If you missed part 1 of this post, I talked about ways to keep your kids reading over the summer to avoid the “summer slide.”  Today, I want to give you some easy ways...
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Easy Ways to Keep Your Kids Reading This Summer

Worried about the “summer slide” happening to your kids?  If your kids are anything like mine, they forget things they knew pretty easily. To avoid this, our kids need lots of practice with skills...

Pregnancy in Quarantine

My husband and I announced back in April that we are expecting a baby in September!  We are beyond excited, but this also comes with some fears, changes, and adaptations that are much different...
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7 Ways to Have Your Young Kids Help Clean the House

Who doesn’t love a clean house?  I know I do. Kids make it tough, but when people come over to our house and say things like, “wow, your house is so clean!” it makes...

But What If I’ve Never Had My “Tribe?”

You know those sayings people have about “finding your tribe?"  I don’t know who those people are, but I need lessons. Making friends does NOT come easily to this girl.  It always seems like...