Make Mother’s Day extra special this year. Mother’s day should be about feeling loved and appreciated and maybe relax a little.
March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day. Why? Because this day, 3/21, is symbolic of the most common form of Down syndrome, Trisomy 21, which occurs when there are 3 copies of the 21st chromosome. World Down Syndrome Day is a day to raise awareness about Down syndrome and to advocate for the rights of […]
On this day, National Sons Day, there are a few things I want to say to you. You’re both so little that you won’t understand much of this, but maybe someday when you are older you will be able to read this and know how much I love you both.
I’ve always wanted to be a stay at home mom (SAHM). I didn’t think it would happen as soon as it did though and to be honest, I’m terrified that I’m going to suck at it and not do a good job. I’m a busy body and I like structure. That doesn’t always work with kids.
You ever hear that phrase? It takes a village to raise a child. Well, turns out it’s true. And while we don’t have a lot of family near us, our village/community is made up with some pretty amazing friends. I hate listening to people piss and moan about how they can’t stand their parents or […]
It has been 5 long months since I’ve posted anything. It’s not that I haven’t wanted to, but there has been SO much going on in our lives that I’ve had to push this to the back burner. I don’t like it, but it is what had to be done. A few things have happened. […]
I don’t mean to be harsh but….scratch that, yes I do. Seriously people. If you are sick, STAY HOME. No, really, I’m not even kidding. I’m not sure people understand what happens when you come to work sick and you ‘think you’re ok’ but really you’re not. When you’re sitting in your cubicle coughing and […]
We just set up an awesome playroom for the kids. They love it and we love it. Today however, I am living a shitty nightmare. Shit. Everywhere.
I am absolutely honored to have been chosen by LÍLLÉbaby for their 2016 #LILLEloveletters Series. Throughout the year, real families have been documenting their lives, special moments and babywearing experiences and sharing them. Now it’s my turn.
I’m going to be honest. Breastfeeding is HARD. I want to pass along my experiences so that on the hardest day when you want to give up, you can look at this and reassure yourself that you CAN do it! Here are some things that will help!