Author: Kelli Scott

Have a great weekend.

What are you all up to this weekend? My husband is hanging with the kids on Saturday to give me some long-awaited time to myself for a few hours. What am I going to do with all of that freedom!? Walk the Loop Trail with my dog? Camp out at a coffee shop with a book? Speaking of which, do […]

Mom Blog night!

Something fun happened last night. A bunch of Wenatchee Mom Bloggers (and one very patient Dad Blogger) came over to my house to hang out and talk about this site. In the back, that’s Andrea Andrus, Peggy Radewan, Clara Field and Kathryn Bonny. In the middle is Nicole Conner, Kelsey Schroeder, Alex Shorter, Kara Meloy and Marisol Galeana. […]

Share gratitude

My favorite holiday has always been Thanksgiving. Lots of food. No gifts to buy. And all that gratitude. We positively overflow with gratitude around the Thanksgiving table. We’re thankful for our health, for our families, for our jobs. Naming out loud those things for which we are thankful can be such a profound rush. It’s […]

A trip to the museum

It’s the bleak midwinter and my two girls are restless: short days, gray skies, cabin fever setting in. Thank goodness for the museum. Earlier this week, a friend and I took our kids to the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. They’ve got this hands-on children’s activity room upstairs called Coyote’s Corner and right now the shelves are […]

Have a good weekend.

What are you up to this weekend? My mom is going to watch the kids Saturday night and my husband and I are actually going to go out to dinner! At a restaurant! One where they don’t hand out crayons with the menus! Here’s hoping you all have fun weekends, too. In the meantime, check out a few links we liked […]

Talking to kids about death

While pulling into the Target parking lot last week: Me: We’re just getting diapers and a card for my grandma. No toys today. Not even the dollar toys. Got it? Kate (age 4): A card for your grandma? Me: Yes, she is old and sick and it sounds like she will probably die soon. Kate: Die? […]