Whenever I was pregnant I never needed to worry about my allergies. I have no clue scientifically how they disappeared, but they did and it was awesome. Well, this year I am not pregnant and I’ve suffered a bit this sneezin’ season.
As a mom, I have a very common complaint. I’m not in any pictures with my kids. I’ve been making a conscious effort when it comes to photos because when I look back at year’s past, I’m only in a couple.
What better time of year than Mother’s Day to showcase some of the most memorable fictional mothers in some of the best new novels? From loving, supportive mothers to complex, trailblazing mothers to selfish, vindictive mothers, this list has it all!
Fortunately, I’m in LOVE with my diaper bag and it’s really easy to keep organized. But, my challenge is keeping up with the maintenance. I have three kids and everyone’s needs are different, so the contents of the bag changes rather quickly.
I can finally say I think spring is here. I know the calendar definitely believes spring has arrived, but my wardrobe and temperatures have said otherwise. But, with the change in season, comes a change in our dinner menu. It’s time to make room for some spring recipes complete with lighter ingredients.
It’s the end of March and I’m still holding true to my New Year’s resolution. And that resolution was to make small lifestyle changes that get me to staying healthy. If you have a similar focus, you’ll be interested in my latest giveaway!
This is an exciting time for me as a parent because my 4-year-old is starting to watch movies. Like, actually watch them from beginning to end. The first films I have introduced her to are some of my Disney favorites. We’ve only seen a few so far, but she’s loving Finding Nemo, Aladdin and The Little Mermaid.
The holidays are fast approaching and most of us are making our gift lists and getting ready to shop on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Well, you can’t go wrong with jewelry as gift. It’s pretty much a slam dunk!
The birth of a newborn brings overwhelming emotions and love. What you don’t expect as a new mom is how often you’ll think about or discuss your baby’s diaper output. My husband and I still text each other daily about our baby’s poop and he’s four months old!
Enter to win a family 4-pack to Edaville USA to visit the Pumpkin Aglow event, where kids can dress in their Halloween costumes and trick or treat at their favorite rides. The event is happening every Friday-Saturday-Sunday in October until the 26th.
Since my son’s body stays nice and dry through the night, he wakes up happy and ready to face the day. He’s a bit impatient waiting to get out of his crib but I’m sure he’s thrilled to not be soaked right down to the sheets. And I’m happy to not wake up to the sounds of a screaming toddler. Everybody wins! Hooray!