After growing 2 babies in my body, I never quite felt like I “bounced back” to a healthy weight. To some, I may have looked just fine, but I knew what the scale said, how my clothes fit, and how … Read more Continue reading →
My husband has a thing about us raising each of our children exactly the same way. However, as I have explained many times to him, this is not always ideal. So when I noticed that my second child, “Little Dude,” … Read more Continue reading →
Most of us have, will or are currently facing food battles with our toddlers. It is inevitable, kids go through their phases. Be it a picky eater exerting his/her power, or a selective eater with severe food aversions, one … Read more Continue reading →
So…breast feeding is not going as planned, and you have decided that your last ditch effort is to get to know your breast pump intimately and embark on a journey a lot of new moms would never, ever attempt. … Read more Continue reading →
Is your kid a chewer or biter? Well, welcome to the club!
My child has never had a go-to soothing mechanism (aside from an extended stay at Hotel Boob), and then, at 3.5 years old, she started a vigorous nail … Read more Continue reading →
Several weeks ago, I reached what I believe to be my “breaking point” as a mom. It was like an outer-body experience. After many nights of countless wake-ups from my baby and 3.5 year-old, which included the kid only wanting … Read more Continue reading →
Today is Bubba’s 3rd birthday! I can’t believe my first baby is a THREE YEAR OLD. I’m so proud of my smart, stubborn, silly, musical child, and have enjoyed watching him grow and blossom in the past 12 months. I … Read more Continue reading →
Today is the day. This is the post that finally addresses one of the hardest hurdles my little family and I have navigated thus far: Bubba’s speech delay. Really, it’s nothing to whine about — I am aware that … Read more Continue reading →
“She’ll grow out of it”, they said. “It’s a phase”, they said. And of course my favorite, “You’re the mom, you have to make her eat”. Right…why didn’t I think of that?
Dealing with food aversion or … Read more Continue reading →