Time to Spring Forward and that means time to adjust your child’s sleeping habit to a new schedule. For us, sleep was key when we had our little girl. I researched every kind of sleep training program, book, and...
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! What better way to celebrate National Read Across America Day than by honoring a man who was a pioneer for some of the cleverest storytelling. Inspired by rhymes, Theodor (with no e) Seuss Geisel aka Dr....
As a part-time at home/at work parent, I’ve come to realize that I really struggle with staying home all day long; especially for days at a time. This is even harder when I am trying to do “the right...
Have you ever come to realize that a minor hack or shortcut can make a huge difference whether it is during the bedtime routine, during dinner, getting the kids ready for school, or even just in everyday life while...
Math isn’t my bag; science is. However, in the last two weeks, I have received a crash course from the school of hard-knocks in math – multiplying and dividing to navigate the transition from one child to two. In...
Throughout my second pregnancy, my husband and I would talk about how we hoped the baby would be just like our first son.  When I mentioned this to my mom,  she simply replied, "It won't be."  Of course, I...
Asher’s Heart Story   February 7th through the 14th is known as Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week. Congenital heart defects (CHD) are America’s most common birth defect affecting over 40,000 babies each year. This is the story of my son, Asher Jude, and...
I love Valentine’s Day! And no, not for romantic reasons…although it’s nice to get flowers and candy too! I think the crafts for Valentine’s Day are the absolute cutest! They’re fun, adorable and they really show your loved ones...
Like most expecting moms, I had heard of postpartum depression. I had heard about the signs and treatments, and the likelihood of experiencing it.  I had heard about baby blues as well. To be honest, I fully expected to...
As a former Girl Scout, I live by the motto “Be Prepared” which is why I take such pride in my diaper bag packing skills. A well-packed diaper bag is a skill that all moms should master. There isn’t...

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