Surviving the First Month

Hey guys. I'm not going to lie, I am currently writing this post on my iPhone, in my bed, in the dark while my six week old son sleeps in the bassinet next to me. He's stirring quite a bit, and I'm anticipating him waking up for a feed soon. It's 10:26 pm right now, …

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A Year Long Battle with Post Partum Depression

It's hard to admit that you have fault of any kind, and even more so if you're ashamed of that particular fault. The year after I had my daughter was one of the most difficult years of my life. I struggled with an array of emotions and hormonal changes after giving birth, and I suffered …

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Wearable Blankets for Every Stage Recommendations!

If you live in a colder climate like I do, blankets are a MUST. The problem with infants and toddlers is that they move around a lot when they sleep, and sometimes they remove their blanket which causes them to feel a chill and cry out for warmth. A wearable ensures that they will always …

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A Week’s Worth of Delicious Dinners for Toddlers

Like any mother of a toddler, sometimes it's a challenge to find things that both please them and nourish them. My daughter is one of those children that side eyes freshly prepared food on her plate yet has no problem eating dirt and twigs from the sandbox outside. Nourishment is important, and these are some …

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Creative Outlets (Journalwithme#11)

This week's question is: "What creative outlet do you find yourself relating to the most? (Writing, music, theatre, visual arts, carpentry etc)" As a blogger, writing is my passion. I work full time, and I'm a mother, so I'm finding it more and more difficult to find time to sit and write WHILE balancing the …

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