Ahhhh, swim lessons for babies. One of the first things I was so excited to do with my first child was to get him in the water so that we can fun during those warm summer days. Finding the ideal baby swim lessons for your baby depends on your baby (and baby’s!) temperament and schedule […]
The idea of having a date night might seem like a pipe dream when you have a newborn. While I was lucky enough to have an incredible mom who lived around the corner from me and help us with date nights. I was unlucky when she had to move for two years away to China […]
Play kitchens, every single one of my kids absolutely loved making my husband and me their own version of meals while they were a toddler. In fact, I would have to say our play kitchen is definitely one of the most useful toys in our house. I love a kid-sized kitchen and the creative ways that […]
Think about one thing you might do if it were just you on your own, or perhaps if you were going to play host to a dear friend who you rarely see and wanted to impress.
Decode your baby’s cries with Dunstan Baby Language like I saw on Oprah. Learning the five words of a baby’s language can help with a super fussy baby.
The wonderful thing about an almost-nine-month old is that fabulous head control that just screams “put me in a baby jogger and let’s see how fast this thing can go” (while you run or rest at home!)
I learned how to feed my baby fully while he was still asleep. It is called a Dream Feed and we all slept better because of it.
If you’re getting tired of picking up Cheerios that have been flung over the highchair tray, feed your older baby directly on the floor.
I hope you never get breastfeeding thrush. The stinging, burning pain is unbearable and it lasts for HOURS. But if you do, here’s how to fix it!
Celebrate that your baby has been on the outside as long as he was on the inside by having a ladies night out with your girlfriends.
Socks? Yes, socks. I’m talking baby socks, toddler socks, preschool socks, and all manner of little kid socks from infant on up. I have strong feelings!
There are many books and resources that help moms return to the workforce after being a stay-at-home mom, but very little that offer support to the career woman who decides to pivot and take some time off