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Guest Post ~ Becoming a Healthy Supermom

Guest Post ~ Becoming a Healthy Supermom

This post comes courtesy of the lovely Stephanie of Reinventing Supermom. She shares about the ways she’s changed as a mother and individual in this very healthy post. Thank you so much, Stephanie! Motherhood is a state of continuous evolution. More often times than not, we end up far from where our journey started; and … Continue reading

How I Spent My Week “Off”

How I Spent My Week “Off”

Hello! I’m back from my week-long blogging and social media break, though life did not give me a break (as I knew it wouldn’t!) ;) So, today I thought it would be fun to give you a glimpse into how I spent my time away. Monday ~*~ Potty Training! (or not) ~*~ Potty training started out well enough…we had a family potty … Continue reading

Farewell to Dear Little One

Originally posted on Giggle Giggle Toot Roar:
Many of us have dreamt for decades of having children and when the time to start trying finally comes, it is exciting! Until it isn’t. And it isn’t, because it isn’t happening. I wrote this poem as part of my grieving process when I learned (after much trying) that…

Guest Posts Galore!

I love having people guest post on my blog and I’ve been venturing out to do the same on others’ blogs a lot more lately! Here are the ones I’ve had published in the last month – I’d love for you to read them if they spark your interest!   Becoming Mother My three births, comparing … Continue reading

Guest Post ~ IQ Mom’s Healthy Lifestyle

Guest Post ~ IQ Mom’s Healthy Lifestyle

This is a guest post by my friend Jaya. Her blog, IQ Mom, is full of healthy recipes, creative ideas, and parenting posts that encourage a healthy and balanced life. Thank you for sharing this post with us, Jaya! Home is a child’s first school. A kid learns more by observing than by reading. These are two famous sayings … Continue reading

The Right Pediatrician

The Right Pediatrician

I have had a good amount of experience with pediatricians in my fourteen years of motherhood! From newborn visits for checking weight and head circumference, to toddler sickness and pre-teen injury – I’ve been there and done that! And what I’ve learned about having a doctor for my child(ren) could be beneficial to others, so that’s what this post … Continue reading

♥ Signing Families ♥

This is a review post and contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure page for all the information. Sign language truly holds a special place in my heart. I taught both of my sons, as babies & toddlers, to sign many words. We used ASL signs but put them in order of the English language (also known as Signed English). … Continue reading

Relaxing about Toddler Sleep (or Lack Thereof)

Relaxing about Toddler Sleep (or Lack Thereof)

Routines are very beneficial, and often necessary, for babies and young children. When they know what to expect, they comply much more often, even when it’s something they may not enjoy. This is especially true of sleep. Their need for sleep will always be there, but the time, duration, and the way they actually go to … Continue reading