I’m a scrunchy mom and proud. What’s a crunchy mom? Urban dictionary defines a crunchy mom as “Neo-hippies” who “generally believe (for varying reasons) that there is something bad or less beneficial about buying mainstream products or doing other common … Continue reading I’m A Scrunchy Mom
Katya Turns One! This bash was a ton of fun! Celebrating my daughters first lap around the sun means the world to me. Big or small, both of my girls deserve it all. I began planning Katyas first birthday party when she reached her six month milestone because I knew I needed time to plan, create, and prepare an extraordinary party. It may be a cultural thing, but I enjoy having a huge celebration and going all out in everything that I do. On the other hand, I was heartbroken when quarantine began and covid-19 ruled our days. Call me … Continue reading Katya Turns One!
Planning a first birthday party isn’t easy. My youngest daughter recently turned one and it reminded me how much I adore party planning and ironing out all of the fine details. In total, I have planned four amazing birthday parties … Continue reading How To Plan A First Birthday Party
Twelve months. Dear Baby Koala, Boobie Monster, Katy, Katya, My Lovebug, It has been 365 days since you made your entrance and brightened up our world. I remember your birth day like it was yesterday: your dad and I woke … Continue reading A Letter to My Youngest Daughter on Her First Birthday
I won’t get emotional on this post, but if you are curious about what I have to say to my darling little Katya, read “An Open Letter to My Youngest Daughter on Her First Birthday.” A smashcake is a wonderful … Continue reading Happy Birthday Princess Katya! (Smashcake Shoot)
Dear Anaís, Everyday daddy and I marvel at how much you’ve grown, how tall you have become, the new things you have learned, and we wonder who you will become. I remember the days you used to cry out for … Continue reading A Letter To My Three-Year-Old On Her Birthday
Dear Parents, please stop complaining about being quarantined with your kids, the ones you made and brought into this world. You chose to have these babies, remember? I understand that our current lifestyle is difficult, stressful, and uncertain. However, it isn’t your child’s fault and you should not take out your frustrations on them because believe it or not, they are struggling as much as you. We are entitled to our feelings and opinions about our current situation and I am not taking that away from you. Rather, I want you to stop and think about your actions and comments … Continue reading Dear Parents, Please Stop Complaining About Being Quarantined with Your Kids
I will start this post by stating it is completely normal for your infant to wake through the night, whether it’s because they are hungry or want to play. In fact, babies and adults will wake four to five times … Continue reading When Do Babies Sleep Through The Night?
I can’t stress enough the importance of establishing a bedtime routine and following through every night. I don’t believe in the crying out method, however I do believe in creating a schedule so your child knows when it’s bedtime and … Continue reading 7 Reasons Baby Isn’t Sleeping Through The Night
Potty training, oh the fun has begun! This task may seem simple but when it comes down to teaching a tiny human how and when to use the bathroom, it can get tricky, sticky, and downright messy. At what age did you start potty training your child? Was it an easy task or was it daunting? Did you read the books, or practice the 3 day rule? I began potty training my toddler at 2.5 years old and although we still use a pull-up from time-to-time at night, we’re almost at the finish line! There are quite a few concepts … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts of Potty Training A Toddler