Hi! I'm Kate...

Naptime Kitchen started as a hobby back when my oldest was a baby... 

...and grew to be so much more! Helping you create a home that serves you, routines and recipes that you enjoy, and perspective for the here and now is my passion. Life can feel heavy, but there's so much good to be found. I hope to bring some laughter and joy into what can be the monotonous task of feeding your family as well as levity to the often weighty topic of motherhood.

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to help you in the everyday busyness of life.

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This recipe comes from my Aunt Jennifer and it is a hit all summer long! I love to bring this to a picnic or potluck as a side, but you could easily make it into a meal by adding chicken on the top. It feeds a crowd and doubles beautifully! While the recipe says to […]

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Talk about a summer dream! This is a family favorite recipe and for good reason. It’s great for a summertime party, everyone will think it’s completely homemade and will blow them away. It doesn’t matter what brand of ice cream you use and the coffee doesn’t need to be hot or cold. If it feels […]

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  Spoonful of Comfort has become one of my favorite, favorite companies. And, personally, my go to when I want to gift a meal to somebody that I’m not geographically close to. I have started doing this instead of sending a gift card because it feels so much more intentional and comes perfectly prepared right […]

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It’s no secret that Alberta’s first year of life was the hardest by far compared to her siblings. Postpartum anxiety, so many nursing issues, switching to formula during the national formula shortage. But more than any of that, we didn’t bond the same way I had with the others. It felt harder. It wasn’t fun. […]

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The moment my siblings and I started having kids, even before I had moved back to Charleston, my parents made a point to make their home as easy as possible for us to visit. They got a crib. They got a monitor. They had diapers in every size. When someone was getting rid of a […]

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While not everyone here shares the same beliefs (something I love and welcome in this space), I gotta say love it when two holidays that feel in juxtaposition land on the same day. Valentine’s with its festive pink and indulgence and candy. And Ash Wednesday, with its subdued grey and fasting and repentance. During Lent, […]

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