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...
When you become a mom you have a lot to decide on. From that very moment you get that positive pregnancy test, its decision time mama!  One thing I wanted to accomplish as a mom was Cloth Diapering. It was...
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...
You guys, mom guilt is a real thing and I am here to tell you it is okay. There are days when my whole day is consumed by the guilt to the point where I am almost the one...
  I love being outside. Am I the full-blown outdoorsy type? Not exactly. I prefer to camp in a motorhome rather than a tent, but I still love hiking the same trails as the tent campers.  My husband has the...
It seems over the last few years, our culture is focused on the importance of mental health more than ever. The increase of depression, anxiety, and stress in our culture is evident as we watch the news, scroll social...
Extended breastfeeding was not something I gave much thought to before having my daughter. I knew I wanted to breastfeed but didn’t give much thought to how long so I read about it, talked to friends and family about...
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....
“What’s on the family menu tonight?” “Cheese tortellini and Italian-style meatballs.” But what about my 8-month-old? Surely she can’t eat pasta and whole meatballs without them being pureed, right? Au Contraire, my friend. While baby food has traditionally been pureed, baby-led weaning...
It’s rare to find a parent who thinks potty-training is easy. Some parents are blessed with children who decide to use the toilet one day, and BAM they’ve potty-trained themselves, but I think that's the minority. You can kind...

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