When reading about tummy time in all of our mommy guides, it sound relatively easy. Place babies on their tummies on a blanket or play mat and there you’ll have it…tummy time. What we don’t know until we start is … Read more Continue reading →
Well, folks, if you can believe it, I have reached the half-way point of my second pregnancy! Where has the time gone? I also found out last week that we are having another BOY, and I couldn’t be more … Read more Continue reading →
As my feverish toddler slept peacefully on me, I couldn’t help but marvel at the fact that he’s actually sleeping in MY bed! This never happens, and it’s only due to the fact that he’s sick, and needs his Momma. … Read more Continue reading →
People tell you how becoming a parent will change your life. They tell you about the abundant love and the extreme exhaustion. They’ll tell you how they did it, or how they think you should do it. What they don’t … Read more Continue reading →
Anyone who has ever waited tables knows that it’s hard work. After years of being out of the service industry, I still have occasional “server nightmares,” where I am drowning in tables full of people demanding refills and complaining that … Read more Continue reading →
Okay, I’m gonna come clean: I miss my newborn. I love the toddler phase, but find myself longing to nurse and snuggle again. I long for the good old days when baby couldn’t tantrum, or spit, or hit, or yell … Read more Continue reading →
Babies are happily welcomed year-round. Pregnancy, however, has it’s seasonal ups and downs.
Like everything in life, maternity has it’s pros and cons. Some parts of the year are just less enjoyable when you’re pregnant and uncomfortable. Others are completely … Read more Continue reading →
The not-so obvious things we will miss as baby grows up.
Aside from the adorable babbling, tiny giggles and constant need for mommy, here are 7 things you’ll secretly miss when baby isn’t a “baby” anymore.
- Naps. The younger
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There are certain things I knew I be okay with as a mom: let my toddler watch limited amounts of TV, sleep-train my baby, make my own baby food, clean up after my child at restaurants (yes, I even pick … Read more Continue reading →
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It was time. We couldn’t bear to see our little pacifier-junkie lose his marbles over his “binks” any longer. At 20 months, our son’s pacifier habit had gotten to a point that seemed a bit unhealthy, and it was time … Read more