Category: Life Lessons

What 2020 Has Taught Me

2020 has been a year that all of us will never forget. A global pandemic sprinkled with a crazy presidential election, not to mention hurricanes, murder hornets, saharan dust cloud, RIP RBG, a much over-due lesson for many on systematic racism, homeschooling, no toilet paper, wildfires, and just think…

10 Real Confessions That This Mom Has Learned About Home Schooling

I am new to homeschool. To be honest, I never in a million years thought I would be in the position I am now. My daughter has been going to school tradition public school her whole life. Now, because of the pandemic and family decisions, I am homeschooling her for…

25 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Me

Just thought I would post an introduction for all those that are new around here. My name is Emelia and I have had this blog for going on 10 years now. You can also find me on social at @HalfCrazyMama. Ok, let’s cut to the chase, you guys…

Open heart surgery during a global pandemic…

I have sat down to write this post a thousand times…but it took me months to process it, go through the thoughts of what to share and what not to share, and actually do it. I started this blog almost 10 years ago to document our lives for…

My 10 Year Old Turned Her Love Of Sewing Into A Business

When my daughter Lily said she wanted to start a business sewing and selling her scrunchies I thought it was a cute idea, but didn’t really take it very seriously. She is 10 years old and has always loved drawing, crafting, and sewing. When she was 5 she…

30 Day Challenge Of Daily Social Media Posts- What I Learned

This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are always my own. I have had this blog for almost 10 years now. Along with my social media accounts I have shared my stories with you all and I love it. I have also over the years built it into a…

You might be “fine”, but you could kill my husband…

Social distancing because of the current coronavirus pandemic isn’t just a mild suggestion. I’m sure by now we have all learned we need to “flatten the curve” or isolate. If you don’t understand why though, Google it. There is a ton of…