My youngest daughter recently informed me she didn’t feel like it was really fall. Despite the front lawn covered in red and yellow leaves and the chill in the air, it really did not really did not feel like fall. She then asked why we didn’t go pumpkin picking or on a hayride like we… Read More Making New Traditions
Today, while shopping at Target, I came across something that signals fall’s impending arrival more than any colorful leaf out there: parents who are done. I’m sure you’ve seen them, heck, maybe you are them (I was just this morning!). I love my children more than anything, and we’ve had a great summer, but it’s time for… Read More Bring it on, Fall!
It has come to my attention recently (ahem, Mom) that not everyone loves fall as much as I do. Apparently, many people prefer summer to fall. Having lived all of my life in New England, which I consider to be the Queen of All Things Fall, this perplexes me. Summer on a Connecticut beach is a wonderful thing,… Read More Why You Should Love Fall (or at least consider it)
Can you smell it in the air? We are now just a few days away from the official start to fall, but as far as I’m concerned, my favorite season has already begun! There’s just something about the leaves changing colors, the smells, the activities. It feels nothing less than magical. It also means a… Read More What Fall Means To My Family