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 →
Been up since 4:45 am to feed 4 month-old Little Dude, followed by a visit to 3 year-old Bubba’s room to help him “pee-pee in the potty” and cuddle him back to sleep (he was very emotional, and only wanted … Read more Continue reading →
When Kristin and I were approached by Phuong, a full-time working mom with a side business creating and selling a baby tracker journal, we were intrigued to say the least. How does she do it? And why didn’t I … Read more Continue reading →
The after-nap aftermath.
A while back, I shared my experience with my then 2 year old toddler’s dropped naps, and here is an update.
The naps for my now 3 year old still phase in and out, but are … Read more Continue reading →
Here’s a milestone I have been absolutely dreading: the “big boy” bed transition. Why, you ask? Simple. For nearly 2 years, my son has slept soundly in his cozy crib — I’m talking 2-2.5 hour naps, daily, and about … Read more Continue reading →
For some, napping may not be a big deal. But for most moms, it really is. When your child is a crappy sleeper from day one, naps become the focal point of your day. Whether they are over-stimulated, too hungry, … 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 →
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It’s a nightmarish thought, isn’t it? One day, your infant or toddler decides he’s too busy to nap, while you stare at him on the monitor in complete denial and dread. What about ME? Mommy needs a break! Well, today … Read more
It sometimes irks me to hear others refer to bed sharing as easy or lazy. In the beginning, yes, it was easier – but also survival. When Ladybug was 4 months old she’d nurse next to me on the bed … Read more Continue reading →