That’s right, I’m going there. Sleeping arrangements can vary from house to house, family to family, and even child to child. They certainly did around here. But please understand that I am not promoting or condemning any one idea or circumstance so long as safe sleeping habits are practiced with your children. Let me start…… Continue reading Co-Sleeping: The How’s and Why’s of Our First Month Home with Little Squish
It baffles me when I get on social media and see all the suggestions for how to get a newborn sleeping through the night. I don’t know where these people get the idea that this is o.k. or even recommended but it blows my mind just how often it comes up. And asking new parents…… Continue reading Sleeping Like a Baby
It’s amazing how much more difficult it is to have a second baby. It’s easy to think you know what to expect because you’ve done it before, but it is so much more than you can even imagine – or at least than I imagined. I knew before having Little Squish that things would change…… Continue reading Mom Guilt – Just Let It Go
Pregnancy is a special time in life. Your body is working overtime, daily, to create a whole new person. And the further along you get, the more you get to really experience that new life – little kicks and rolls, hearing the heartbeat, hiccups, and seeing that squirmy little in your ultrasound. It is also…… Continue reading What to Expect When You’re Growing a Person, Part 1
I’ve seen a fair few lists of suggestions for things to do when you find out you’re pregnant. And I can honestly say I have no idea what any of them say because I just skip right over them. I’m sure they have some great ideas, especially for first-time moms, but I just never felt…… Continue reading 5 Things to Do When You Find Out You’re Pregnant
We’re making changes around here to incorporate more fruits and veggies into our diet. It’s hard work, especially with a busy toddler and tired mommy, but if we can do it, you certainly can, too.
Finding new uses for old glass jars and a great way to get free glass jars to use for anything and everything. Don’t forget to clean them!
Babies know what they need and when they need it. Particularly when it comes to sleep.
Find out what cloth diapering looks like at our house.
Why use store-bought chemicals when you can make safe, natural cleaners using things you already have?