To my mother-in-law, I want to say thank you. Thank you for the adorable clothes you buy my daughters, the countless toys, snacks, and the joy you bring them. For the adventures you take my toddler on and the memories … Continue reading To My Mother-in-Law, Thank You
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
Did you know there are five love languages? A love language is how someone expresses their love for you, it’s important to know and understand these languages in order to create a strong bond and form a solid relationship. The Five Love Languages: Words of Affirmation: – This love language is all about compliments, encouraging words, handwritten cards and letters, and any other words that build up your partner. “You look beautiful!” “I love your new haircut” “You always make me laugh” If words of affirmation are your partners love language, a compliment and an “I love you” goes a … Continue reading The Five Love Languages
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
“I hate how much weight I’m gaining.” “My stomach looks terrible.” “These stretch marks are gross.” “I look like a whale.” “I’m going to hide under my clothes until I give birth.” These are a few sentences I heard from … Continue reading To: The Pregnant Mama, Take The Picture
Here I am, laying on the couch with a baby asleep in my arms and another asleep on my legs, I’m in heaven. Motherhood can be difficult but at times like these I’m grateful that I can experience it. Anaís … Continue reading 12 Wishes I Have for My Daughters:
It’s official princess, you’ve been chillin’ with us earth-side for half a year! Mama began planning your first birthday party yesterday. I’m overjoyed to see what new things you will learn, discover, and experience before you hit that big 12 month mark! However, I am in no rush for you to grow up. If there’s one thing I learned from raising your sister it’s that time is fleeting and before I know it, you’ll be a sassy, independent lady who wants to do it all. Where do I begin? We are still exclusively breastfeeding *fist pumps* and you have no … Continue reading Happy Six Months, Katya!
The holiday season is my absolute favorite because folks are friendlier, ‘it’s the season of giving, the air is cool and calm, we’re all bundled up in our coziest clothing, sipping delicious holiday inspired drinks in festive cups, and let’s … Continue reading 35 Things I Am Thankful For in 2019
I saw mothers in TV shows, movies, at the mall, at restaurants, and on social media breastfeeding their babies, and I thought to myself, “How beautiful is it that she’s able to feed her baby from her own body?” There … Continue reading My Breastfeeding Journey with Katya: Why I Went Dairy, Soy, and Egg Free