I was at a store recently when I passed by two people who were in the middle of completing their baby registry! They had their scanner in one hand and a piece of paper, which had a 2 page list of suggested items that parents might need for their unborn child, in the other. I … Continue reading Top 8 Favorites
My child, As Mother's Day approaches it is giving me the opportunity to reflect on what has become the best years of my life! Each day with you is unlike the days before. I cannot describe just how amazing it is to have a part of myself in another human being, you! You carry a … Continue reading To You, From Mom
Three is such an interesting age… it's like I have a toddler but with a touch of baby still! I mean Jordyn will use the potty but still needs me to wipe her butt clean, she'll put her clothes on by herself but then runs to tell me she put her shirt on wrong and … Continue reading 5 Things I Learned From My Toddler!
I read exactly one book in regards to breastfeeding, I had supportive family and friends, and I even joined breastfeeding support groups on Facebook! Every single chapter in our breastfeeding journey has been just that, a chapter. When Jordyn decided very very early on that she didn't want to take a bottle of my expressed … Continue reading The one thing no one told me about…
I am a huge fan of MommyCon and all that is does for the parent community. I was so grateful to have been able to attend as a guest in 2014(San Francisco), 2015(Anaheim), and I am honored to join this year as a MommyCon Blogger. " MommyCon is a boutique style convention dedicated to bringing modern parents … Continue reading MommyCon 2016
When Jordyn was an infant I made a point to try not to use the word "no" with her, but that was easier said than done.When Jordyn was transitioning into toddlerhood I found myself saying a lot of the following, "No, let's not touch that." "No, let's not climb that" "No. let's not eat that" … Continue reading Learning to say “YES”
1,095 days ago I looked into your eyes for the first time. 1,095 days ago I latched you on to my breast for the first time. 1,095 days ago I slept next to you for the first time. 1,095 days ago I held you in my arms. For all those 1,095 days I have held … Continue reading 1,095