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 →
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 →
There are so many websites, books and articles dedicated to this very topic. Once moving on from cereals, introducing solids to baby is a huge step and there are only a few do’s and don’ts involved. With so many options, … Read more Continue reading →
Once baby comes along, dining-out may seem like a distant memory. But guess what? You WILL go out to dinner again, and you may actually enjoy yourself too! Sure, it will be different, and you may feel like you ran … Read more Continue reading →
When I was a brand new mom, all I thought about was breastfeeding.
Am I ever going to get this down? Will baby ever get this down? Why does it still hurt? Should I be pumping? When do I … Read more Continue reading →
Pork Chops with Sautéed Apples and Polenta
By Real Simple
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2 teaspoons olive oil
4 bone-in pork chops (about 1 inch thick; 2 pounds total
Kosher salt and black pepper
2 apples, cored and sliced 1⁄2 inch
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Long before Ladybug was eating solids and was still a newborn, I remember having this vision of her digging into her food, smooshing it all around her face, and making a mess. That’s what all baby’s do, right? I was … Read more Continue reading →
We’ve all been educated on the benefits of breastfeeding to some extent; benefits to both mom and baby’s physical, mental and emotional needs. And yet, a battle still rages on the topic of where, when and how long a mother … Read more Continue reading →
So, you just had a baby? Congrats! Now, bookmark this page–because if you are anything like me, you will have a lot of nursing-related questions in the next few months!
Let’s address something up-front: Breastfeeding is HARD. We beat … Read more Continue reading →
To those who’ve recently retired the boobies, and those considering the idea of breastfeeding once baby arrives, we bring you these top 5 cherished breastfeeding moments.
- The loving gaze from baby’s eyes to yours
- The hands (and sometimes toes) wrapped
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