Baby Moccasins Review: Sarah Beth Company

A few weeks ago, I received these adorable baby shoes in the mail from the Sarah Beth Company! They’ve quickly become our go-to baby shoes. They are comfortable for Asher but aren’t easy for him to pull off 6,372 times per day.

I just love them.      Check out her shop! Link to her Instagram page here! Use the code NATM10 to get 10% off of your purchase!

Also be sure to head over to her Facebook Page and give it a like. I promise you won’t regret it :) Interested in having your product reviewed? Shoot me an email at 

Easy Peanut Butter Fudge

I overheard another mom talking about this amazing idea and decided to try it myself. I also forgot to take pictures of every step. Clearly I’m not a food blogger.

You can do this either in the microwave or on the stovetop. THREE INGREDIENTS. That’s it. SO EASY.

  • 3 cups milk chocolate chips
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 24 Reese’s peanut butter cupsIMG_2342Pour all of your chocolate chips into the pan (or safe bowl if in microwave) and add the full can of sweetened condensed milk.IMG_2343Microwave or heat until chocolate is melted (check every minute in the microwave.)
    Layer Reese’s cups in the bottom of your lined 8×8 or 9×9 pan (forgot this photo). Pour chocolate over the Reese’s. Chill for a half hour, then cut and serve! IMG_2347Amazingly delicious. And took all of 40 minutes INCLUDING the 30 that it spent chilling. Easy peasy.

Dalmatian Costume DIY

For Halloween, Aiden wanted to be a fireman so I decided to dress Asher as a dalmatian. I couldn’t find a cute one anywhere that wasn’t close to $100 and I am just too cheap to pay that much for a Halloween costume. I decided to make him one using items around the house. I only had to purchase white tights (boy mom), black felt, and fabric glue.


  • White onesie
  • White pants
  • White tights
  • Cotton balls
  • Black headband
  • Black felt
  • Fabric glue
  • Needle & white thread
    IMG_2364 IMG_2365 IMG_2366 IMG_2368All I did was cut out various sized felt circles and glue them on. Then cut out two ear shapes and glued them to the headband.
    IMG_2457IMG_2501Then I cut off one of the tight legs, stuffed it with cotton balls, and then hand sewed it to the back of the white pants.  IMG_2370IMG_2502Easy peasy. And turned out to be super cute on him! :)IMG_6651See both of their costumes in my Halloween post by clicking here :)