Traveling is SO. MUCH. FUN… except when you have to travel with your kids. Kidding but not really! I can not believe how much STUFF we had to pack. I actually had to go out and buy an extra luggage just for the toys, snacks, toiletries, diapers, wipes, my medicine cabinet, and the kitchen sink. […]Read More Traveling tips with little babes.
Let me just start by saying sleep training is NOT for everyone. If you don’t want to hear your child crying, screaming or whimpering… then don’t do it! But do not tell me that I’m a bad Mom because I let my child cry. I’m actually better at “momming” when I get my sleep! I […]Read More Sleep Training… the good, the bad, the ugly, the beautiful.
The diaper bag. It’s heavy and it literally has everything in it. You need a tide to go stick? I got it. You need tissues, wipes, chapstick, lipstick, tampons, body wash, a nail file or a sock? I gotchu! I no longer carry my own personal purse, all my stuff and the kids stuff is […]Read More What’s in my Diaper Bag?
When I was pregnant with Johnny, the last thing I thought I would ever have is a C-section birth. I mentally prepared myself for a “natural” birth. Natural in quotations because lets face it, pushing a watermelon out of your change purse will require all the drugs. Johnny was 2 weeks overcooked. I was completely […]Read More C-Section Mama
As a second time mom I think I figured it out. The most expensive bouncer, playmat and swing does the same exact thing as the less expensive bouncer, playmat and swing. I didn’t say “cheaper” because lets face it, NOTHING is cheap when it comes to kids.. which is another reason why having another boy […]Read More Maybe newborn must haves and whats not really “needed”
Another year and another baby boy! X James was born on September 13th, 2018. A year ago today is actually the day I found out I was pregnant and what a surprise that was, in a good, crazy, wtf kinda way. Now, I literally have 2 walking cliches. Johnny was conceived on Valentines Day and […]Read More Another year
Johnny is in Speech. I used to teach Special Education so when he wasn’t “babbling” or saying words early on, I knew we needed to get him evaluated. At 18 months, he was assessed and lo and behold.. he needed Speech Therapy twice a week along with Special Instruction once a week. It’s definitely been […]Read More His little voice