I am a bigger girl…. I have said this more than once in my life, but that is a nice way of saying that I am Fat, I am a fat girl, no a Fat woman! I am going to be 30 in a few days and I need to make a change. They say […]
I have been a stay at home mom of two for 3 years, and even before that I only worked for a few months when my son was little and then I was home again, here we are, my son is 4, my daughter is turning 2, and back to work I go. I am […]
Good day everyone!! Sorry for the long absence, I have had a lot of soul searching, thinking and getting my focus back here, and here I am! And I want to share with you my life saver and something that has improved my sons technical skills in the past few months, Kidlo Apps! They approached […]
A Single Parent’s Guide: From Cradle to College A Guest Post By Daniel Sherwin Parenting is never easy. And when you’re going it solo, you have one less set of hands to help out. But, with a few preemptive measures, you can make your single-parent home a safe haven for you and your kids no […]
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 […]
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 […]
I have been a stay at home mom going on 2 years, don’t get me wrong I love it and everything these two have brought to my live. But I have been working since I was 14, baby sitting and I was a summer nanny to 2 kids one summer. Then at 16/17 I started […]