Blog Posts

Mar 7, 2015
Sometime after checking phone notifications, restarting the dryer, and staring at your growing to-do list, you hear a little voice.
The voice asks for milk. Chocolate milk.
Mar 5, 2015
Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together.
-James Cash Penney, Founder of JCPenney
 

 
Mar 3, 2015
Over the years, I have sold and bought clothes for my girls at Rhea Lana of Northwest Arkansas. Let me just say, I'm a huge Rhea Lana fan.  I shopped the fall sale last year and found all kinds of darling boutique clothes for amazing prices! I have also bought precious shoes, costumes and toys. 

 
Feb 26, 2015
Ever since I was a little girl, I looked forward to the day where I would be a mommy and have my own little girl to dress up and play with. Now that I am in that phase of my life, let me tell you...it is FUN!
 

 
Feb 23, 2015
Making things – drawing, painting, playing with clay – is important for kids. Arts and crafts develop motor and critical thinking skills, patience, creativity and problem solving.  Depending on the project they can also give you a few moments’ peace while making dinner, or be something fun you can work on together to create cherished memories.  But it can be difficult to encourage creativity in your kids if you don’t feel very crafty yourself. 
The good news is it’s not that hard to get started.
 
 
Feb 18, 2015
The nice trophy, dinner out, maybe a pedicure. Super-Mom status is hard to come by, but clothing your kids should not be that hard.  Clothing your children at Rhea Lana’s will make you Super Mom, believe me!  I was introduced to Rhea Lana’s consignment sales when I lived in Little Rock, AR. I had just become a mom to a fun little boy and didn’t know how we were going to be able to afford all the clothes, shoes, accessories, and toys that growing boys need.
Feb 16, 2015
“Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” – William Wordsworth
 
Journaling might sound like a complicated task for children. But writing down thoughts on paper can be as simple as a few scribbles or as fancy as the directions for an original Lego creation. For young children, journaling can begin with pictures and alphabet letters and sometimes little marks in a notebook. Simple writing allows children to apply reading skills and their knowledge of alphabet letters and sounds in a practical way.
Feb 12, 2015
~by Candy Tai of Mommypalooza.com
 
I've been a busy mom of four boys for almost 12 years now. My oldest will be 12 in September and to be honest, prior to just recently, I hadn't really shopped consignment sales before because I didn't have a need to. Over the years, I just collected, stored, and reused all of my boys' clothing items. 
And now, everything's changed. We're expecting our first baby GIRL this April! Of course, after all the excitement, panic soon set in.
Feb 11, 2015
Alright Moms! Listen up!
Valentine’s Day is coming up and we want to help you.
I know that you have several class parties to attend, probably for multiple children, and multiple events. We have parties at different places on three different days! Whoa!
 
Here are some cute and EASY Valentines for you! These all have FREE printables! We hope this takes stress off you and still allows you to put together a cute Valentine for your kiddo to give to friends, classmates, and teachers without having to spend a ton of time on it.
 
Feb 4, 2015
Valentine’s Day.  As a mom, when it comes to kids, schools and Valentine’s Day there seems to be an immense amount of pressure to make sure that your kid shows up with the cutest or coolest handmade gifts to give to their classmates. Anybody else know what we’re talking about?