I Could Have Been Giada De Laurentiis {Secret Subject Swap}

Raising Reagan | I Could Have Been Giada De Laurentiis

Today I am participating in another Secret Subject Swap hosted by my dear friend Karen from Baking in a Tornado. My secret subject is: What’s a toy you always wanted as a child? {Submitted by A Working Mom’s “Whoas”} Growing up I always wanted one thing … an Easy Bake Oven. I thought they were the {Read More…}

Who Wants A Smoothie?

Raising Reagan: Who Wants a Smoothie?

My little sister is having surgery today so I am out of town taking care of her the rest of the week! But … you can catch up on what is going on over at Janine’s Confessions of a Mommyaholic! Who wants a smoothie?? You know you do! Head over to her blog and see {Read More…}

Reagan’s Closet in the NEWS!


Today we had another news article published for one of our online educational toddler toys stores! Reagan’s Closet is in the news and I’m so excited! Proud mommy right here!!! I am very passionate about bringing educational play back into the home and that is one of the main reasons why I started Reagan’s Closet and {Read More…}

Learning My Own Name

I can do it Mom!

The past couple of weeks Reagan has changed everything in the house from “mine” to “it’s Reagan’s.” It is the funniest thing listening to her explain that her toy piano is Reagan’s. All the toys in her toy box are Reagan’s. She has started to realize that she has an identity of her own and she {Read More…}

Cleaning Out the Toy Box


Yesterday Brian brought Reagan home from the doctor after she had 102 fever for two days straight and stopped eating and drinking. The bad news…Hand, Foot and Mouth disease! An untreatable disease in which children under the age of 5 are most prone to getting.

Unplug your Toddler


“Honey…who is Elmo?” She’s pointing furiously at the iPad and demanding Elmo. Yes, it’s true. My iPad has now become the property of my 20 month old child and been nicknamed Elmo; mostly due to the apps on there where Elmo teaches her about ABC’s and 123’s.