All posts by: Heather Castillo

During our recent stay in Hutchinson Island, FL, we were provided with tickets to a couple of local family friendly attractions. I’m continuing our “Things to Do in Florida” series with The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center in Hutchinson Island, FL. If...
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If you have girls in your house, chances are at one point or another, they’ve wanted to become a mermaid.  I happen to have three of them.  Though one has changed her mind occasionally and switched to team unicorn, she...
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As a parent, we watch our kids go through a lot of firsts like their first word, first step and first tooth.  We’ve been blessed to have so many firsts with our three incredible girls.  And while the majority of...
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This post is sponsored by Ball® Fresh Preserving Products by Newell Brands, all thoughts and opinions are my own.  About a month into Summer we were already scrambling to find things to do in my house.  Crafts are fun but...
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There was a point in my life where I had no idea what a migraine was or how it felt to have one. I had family members and friends who suffered from them and told me how horrible they were,...
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It’s back to school time!  This year, we did things a little bit differently.  Since the girls are getting older and they have different tastes, I allowed them to choose their own school supplies.  It was fun to watch them...
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At least twice a year, we head an hour north to our favorite local destination, Hutchinson Island, FL.  Hutchinson Island is this beautiful little island known for it’s beaches, nature preserves and parks.  It is made up of two barrier...
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This blog post is sponsored by New! One A Day® with Nature’s Medley™. I received product/compensation from OAD to write this post, all opinions are my own. As parents, we wear many hats.  We are boo-boo kissers, bad dream slayers, bully...
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Today marks the 2nd anniversary of the day our beautiful Nana passed away.  Two years of picking up the phone to call her and realizing she wouldn’t answer. Two years of not being able to send her flowers on her...
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When she was only nine, our oldest daughter was told that she would definitely need braces.  Her teeth were facing out, instead of down.  She was at risk of her teeth being knocked out if she played too roughly. I...
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