Morgan Cunningham

Morgan is a Franklin native who moved back to Nashville with her family. She attended the University of Mississippi where she met her husband of seven years, Benjamin. They are so excited to be back in Nashville to raise their family. Morgan has three kids, Ryder, Jett, and Olive. Morgan is a former cookie decorator and loves anything sweet. She also has a passion for decorating and crafts. On Morgan’s personal blog, My Confetti Life, she hopes to inspire moms and let them know that they are not alone in the struggle that motherhood can be.

Being the Broke Mom in Your Social Circle

Are you free to go to the science museum tomorrow? Would you like to go to the zoo next week? How about a Chick-fil-A date soon? We should hire a baby sitter and double...

Where to Find Santa in Nashville

Christmas quickly approaches! Lucky for us, Nashville and the surrounding areas have plenty of opportunities to see the big man in red before he takes flight on Christmas Eve. If you're looking for the...

Thanksgiving Traditions for Kids — Get Your Little Turkeys Involved!

Is it really almost Thanksgiving? Just the thought of Thanksgiving Day makes my tummy start to rumble. I can almost smell the warm bread baking in the oven. You can thank me later for...
Nashville craft fairs and holiday markets

Nashville Craft Fairs and Holiday Markets :: Shop Small for the Holidays

Its that time of year again — when the plastic on our credit cards begins to look a little worn and we begin entering our personal identification numbers into imaginary keyboards in our dreams. One...

Dollar Store DIY Halloween

The countdown to Halloween has officially begun, and fall at my house is in full swing. I am starting out by changing all the coffee, cereal, ice cream, and bagels to pumpkin spice flavored....
pregnancy and infant loss awareness

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

October is a huge awareness month around our country. There are so many walks, runs, and various events aiming to help fund research and to educate those who are unaware. But for one in four...