Perhaps I should begin by addressing the fact that all children are imaginative to some degree. Imagination, as well as pretend and creative play are a vital part of a child’s growth and development. We all remember pretending to be … 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 →
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 →
In our efforts to help raise awareness this week for congenital heart defects, we revisit Charity Arnold, mother of Paisley Mae. Paisley’s story was featured here on our blog a while back and we have watched her progress via … Read more Continue reading →
As we kick off 2014, which is sure to be filled with even more informative and interesting posts, we wanted to recap our first 6 months here at Minute For Mom. For our fabulous readers of past and present, we … Read more Continue reading →
“Z” came into the world on September 9th last year. 6:08am. To the mingled chagrin, horror, and awe of our friends and various members of our families, we elected to have her at home. We chose this path for … Read more Continue reading →