I have never been one to really worry about skin care, even when I was a teenager dealing with zits and break outs. It was never high on my priority list, same with makeup. It probably because my mom never wore much makeup when I was growing up, or over showed me what her skin […]
Now, let me first off start this by saying I do not hate Blippi or anything that he does to promote education and inspiring curiosity in our small ones…. But that being said: The songs he makes up and sings with Nicky Notes are on constant replay in my household,and the car, and anywhere my […]
Toilet Talks, Notes, Tips and Tricks from an Occupational Therapist in a toilet training seminar. I hope that you find help in all of this, I took the seminar because I have been struggling to toilet train my almost 4 year old for closing in on 2 years, and my daughter is starting to approach the age to attempt to toilet train, so when the opportunity came up to attend this I jumped at it, and this is a combination of their notes, my notes and fun graphics that took me forever to make….
The one thing I am going to work on for me this year, aside from the eternal struggle of Potty training, is taking care of myself. I find that is the one thing us moms have a hard time with, self care. We need to feel the best version of yourself in order to keep your sanity and be the best mom and significant other we can be! I have made a small list of ways we can treat ourselves, without rushing it at night, and incorporate the small children that are around us 24/7, that we love, but sometimes wish would play safely in another room.
Guest Post By: Daniel Sherwin Being a single dad is a tough job that gets way less credit than it deserves. In addition to the challenges you’d expect from single parenting, dads have a few unique issues that sneak in from time to time to dampen the day. People assume the mom has a […]
This song… “Perfect” was my favorite song from this album to begin with. It reminds me of small intimate moments my husband and I had on our wedding day, small things that I haven’t thought of in years, things that most people forget over time. Little things he did, he said, that were very much […]
Mommy Book Club Will Start Up Again On January 1st, 2018 and The Book We will be reading is Book One in the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon. Back Cover Synopsis: The year is 1945. Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second Honeymoon […]
There has been many articles recently about mental health for parents and family members that have experienced NICU life, and all the bumps, drop, loop de loops that roller coaster has in store for everyone incolved. I would like to share my battle with PTSD post NICU, 3 and half years later. My son was […]
Guest Post By: Lindsay Sutherland Before I say anything more about this I want you to know that your post baby body is beautiful. It tells a story of the miracle of new life. And I’d like you to have a look at this (even if you have seen this before, it’s good to look at […]
Guest Post By: Lindsay Sutherland I have decided that I want to share my journey to heal my Diastasis Recti because I think it might be able to help some of you who may have it or may have pelvic floor issues. This isn’t going to be easy for me to share because it is uncomfortable […]