Mama’s rejoice and don’t skip your spa day. It has officially been scientifically proven that moms who get regular massages, pedicures and anything else that rubs on those sore tired muscles are kinder, happier people. That’s right, according to Science, we would be a lot less prone to screaming into a pillow because the toddler flushed down 45 cotton balls if we just got a little … Continue reading Science Proves Mothers Need Massages
This week I came across a facebook status from on of my friends who just had a baby. She was concerned because her newborn was wanting to nurse around the clock. Here’s an excerpt from her post, thanks for sharing Emily. “Came home started nursing at 4 nurses till 4:40… I showered and cooked dinner he fussed on and off… nursed again for another hour … Continue reading Breastfeeding Around the Clock
It’s been a rough week trying to get our toddler to sleep through the night without nursing. After hours of research I stumbled across an article published by Dr. Sears, one of my favorite attachment parenting advocates and doctors. According to Dr. Sears, giving your child a nighttime snack 45 minutes to one hour before bedtime, can maximize sleep inducing effects. Duh, why didn’t I … Continue reading 8 Bedtime Snacks To Help Your Child Fall Sleep at Night
I never imagined my son would have a speech delay. In fact, to be quite frank, I never imagined he’d have any delays. Both my husband and I had no issues learning how to talk. Or maybe because there wasn’t Google or Facebook back then, we didn’t have other people to compare to.
30 things before 30 is all about hitting those early adult life milestones and checking off those riskier bucket list items. There’s no better time than the present to put all of your focus into the things you want to accomplish in this stage of your life.
When it comes to motherhood, are you a Silky Mom, a Crunchy Mom, or a Scrunchy Mom? Find out below!
The Children’s Museum of the Highlands has officially reopened their doors at its North Ridgewood Drive location. From the real life farm exhibit–yes your child can totally milk a (fake) cow, to the Publix grocery store where kids can be their own cashier- it’s all back and better than ever!