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 →
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 →
Happy Birthday Ladybug! Mommy loves you so much!
My sweet Ladybug,
When I wanted a baby so badly and found out you would be a girl, I pictured it all. The cute nicknames, the outfits, the adventures we’d have…me and … Read more Continue reading →
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and I want to take a moment to share how diabetes affects MY family.
If you’ve read my post Looking Ahead, With Diabetes, you are already aware that my husband is a type … Read more Continue reading →
You read that right! All of the hype surrounding a 2 year old’s behavior isn’t all true. Yes, we are experiencing dramatic meltdowns, defiance and intense curiosity at this stage and it sucks! They are super independent at this age … Read more Continue reading →
Would’ve, should’ve, didn’t. So many things we look back at and wish we had maybe done differently as we ventured into mommy hood. No matter how many books we read or web searches we do, it is impossible to be … Read more Continue reading →
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 →
You anticipate baby’s “first steps” milestone and why wouldn’t you? This is a game changer for sure. And while you’ll hear many people say “now you’re in for it”, others will tell you it’s a great milestone to look forward … Read more Continue reading →
Colorful assortment of teething toys and products
Teething is one of the hardest issues with our new bundles of joy, right up there with sleep and feedings. Aside from the drool and and constant need to put things in their … Read more Continue reading →