“May the fourth be with you!” May 4 was officially deemed Star Wars Day in 2011 and has been an important day for Star Wars fans ever since. It’s the day fans (adults and kids alike) celebrate their favorite movie franchise that takes place in a galaxy far, far away. Costumes, trivia, movie marathons, and
To combat the spread of COVID-19, the CDC has recommended limiting social contact and staying home as much as possible. To support this effort, I have created the 30 Day Stay Home Challenge. Here’s how it works: Each day, for the next 30 days (starting on Thursday 3/19), I will post on my Instagram, Facebook,
One of the most exciting parts of preparing to have a baby is picking out all of the cute clothes they will wear. After all, they will only dress how you want them to for so long! If you’re a huge nerd like me, you like to choose baby clothes that will represent your favorite
Cosplay takes a lot of time, energy, and money – something many parents don’t have a lot of. And yet, there are ladies out there who, on top of being mothers, are also still passionate and talented cosplayers.
Managing multiple little ones at different ages as a stay-at-home mom is a challenge. I have a three-year old boy and a one-year-old girl and I have stayed home with them for almost a year. Over the last 12 months, our daily routine has changed a lot. As they get older, their needs change, and
When you’re a kid, it sometimes feels like you can’t get enough of the things you like, and you’re always looking for new ways to experience it. So we watched a ton of Disney material, no matter how unpopular or obscure.
The Sartorial Geek blog created the 5 Fandom Friday prompts. You can follow along here! Many of us nerds like to imagine what it would be like to meet our favorite fictional characters. After all, there are hoards of fanfiction pieces exploring scenarios where the author is inserted into a fictional universe; or the opposite,
One of my favorite activities to do with my kids is working on a craft together. I like getting their creative juices flowing and giving them something to focus on. It also gives me quality bonding time with them; an activity free from cell phones and chores. Since we’re a geeky family, I’m rounding up
So, I just found out that The Sartorial Geek is doing 5 Fandom Fridays in 2020, so I have decided to follow along with some of their prompts in my series. This weeks prompt? Literary heroines. There are SO many great examples of badass women in literature, so this will be hard to narrow down.
I’m starting a new series – 5 Fandom Fridays! This idea comes from Megan Elvrum’s blog. She’s no longer doing the prompts, but it’s a fun way to get ideas for blog posts. The idea is that every Friday I will post a top five list on a topic relevant to fandoms. It is meant