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 […]
Some activities are just for you because mama you should be having fun with and WITHOUT your baby.
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.
Today is the day to dig way into your closet and pull out something that doesn’t get enough love. Wear something outrageous!
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!)
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.
Go out for a wonderful dessert with your partner while your buddies watch TV on the couch! It is scary the first time but so worth it.
Upgrade your own crib: a challenge for parents in need of a decent bedroom. Why should your baby have the nicest room in the house?
An activity tracker or simple step-counting device can motivate you to have a better day.
Here’s the cheeky challenge of the day: Dress up your baby in the most mismatched baby outfit and invite over some others for a ugly-clothing contest.
By the time my first baby was 10 weeks old, I had not exercised for about 6 months. Baby Bootcamp was my re-introduction to sweating and I loved it.
Moms Night In is just as giggly as Girls Night Out. It’s nighttime socializing with no babysitter required! Yeah, the easiest version is on your couch.
Write a huge list of all the things you like to do — even without baby! — so you’ll never be at a loss for how to spend your precious time.