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Kelly B. Pittman 

Resides in her stomping grounds of North Little Rock. Her husband, Ben, is a chiropractor and owner of Back to Life Chiropractic in Sherwood. They share two kids, Austyn, 8, and Bennett, 3. Kelly is a certified speech language pathologist for Kidsource Therapy. Spending the majority of her time with students or her own children, she always appreciates finding quiet time to practice yoga or casually blog as Naturalst8mom.

Of course, making snow angels and snowmen are snow day bucket list items, but in this house Austyn and I always make a snow-woman.

Of course, making snow angels and snowmen are snow day bucket list items, but in this house Austyn and I always make a snow-woman.

I like to have something warm and comforting prepped for dinner. One of our favorites is my mom’s “campfire beans.” It’s a sweet and savory alternative to chili that is wonderfully kid-approved.

I like to have something warm and comforting prepped for dinner. One of our favorites is my mom’s “campfire beans.” It’s a sweet and savory alternative to chili that is wonderfully kid-approved.

Wardrobe must-haves also include: thick wool socks with rain boots or snow boots. A Snow suit or coveralls, warm beanies and shades! Sunglasses are a bonus when playing in the snow.

Wardrobe must-haves also include: thick wool socks with rain boots or snow boots. A Snow suit or coveralls, warm beanies and shades! Sunglasses are a bonus when playing in the snow.

Some popular places for sledding around Central Arkansas include:  Clinton Presidential Center, North Shore Riverwalk Park, Chenal Valley

Some popular places for sledding around Central Arkansas include: Clinton Presidential Center, North Shore Riverwalk Park, Chenal Valley

My kids love building forts. Every ounce of silliness is multiplied somehow when hanging under a blanket fort.

My kids love building forts. Every ounce of silliness is multiplied somehow when hanging under a blanket fort.

Make Snowman Grahams! I learned about these while working alongside another therapist last winter. So easy and the kids enjoy making and devouring their creations.

Make Snowman Grahams! I learned about these while working alongside another therapist last winter. So easy and the kids enjoy making and devouring their creations.

Peppermint Oil Hot Chocolate Recipe
1 serving:

Boil one cup milk of your choice
    (we use almond milk)

Add the following:
2 tablespoons sugar (we use Stevia or Xylitol)
2 tablespoons cocoa powder natural and
unsweetened
A dash of salt and cinnamon
¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
Peppermint essential oil (dip a toothpick into a
therapeutic grade peppermint oil like Young Living
Vitality and stir your cocoa with the toothpick for a
subtle and cool flavor)

“Jingle” the interactive Husky pup and his friends have been entertaining us for many winters now.

“Jingle” the interactive Husky pup and his friends have been entertaining us for many winters now.