My daughter was in kindergarten when my second child was born. At the time of his birth, my husband worked on ships and would be away for months at a time. During the pregnancy, I realized there wasn’t much of an option for me to go back to work full-time in my current position. Toward… Continue reading Tips to survive being a work at home mom!
Live on Cape Cod or looking to visit without spending an arm & leg on activities to keep your kids entertained? Cape Cod has such beautiful scenery and, with that, many things to do that are free and/or cheap! Places to Visit Woods Hole Aquarium Sandwich Fish Hatchery Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory Taylor Bray… Continue reading Cape Cod with Kids: Free, Cheap and Fun!
By the age of one, The Little Dude was eating everything we ate. His favorite foods were Pork, Chicken, Tomatoes, and Cheese. He loved to eat everything he could. Also by the age of one, my son had choked, stop breathing and I had to intervene to get him breathing again. Baby Led Weaning is… Continue reading Baby Led Weaning- Why I love it & Why you might not.
Last week, The Mini Mom, was on her way to her first sleepaway camp! I was a nervous wreck, she was a pile of energy & we had a giant duffle full of everything she could possibly need for the trip. This was her first time away from home without a family member, and even… Continue reading The Must-Haves for Sleepaway Camp!
Late at night, when my kids are sound asleep, I often find myself thinking of their future. I don’t just think about who they may become or what they may do with their lives. I think of what I wish for each of them. The wishes that I hope I remember to pass on to… Continue reading My Wishes for my Children
Long before we became pregnant with The Little Dude our oldest was constantly begging for a sibling. We joke that she was ready for a baby before mom and dad were. Unfortunately, that did not keep me from worrying about how The Mini Mom's life would change and how she would react to that change.… Continue reading Ways to Encourage Sibling Bonding
To my child’s teacher/principal/babysitter/daycare, When I first met you a thousand questions went through my head. Will she appreciate her humor? Will she understand his subtle whines? Will she have the patience for her strong will? Will she encourage him to be more independent? But the biggest question of all, Will she truly care about… Continue reading A letter to my child’s teacher/principal/babysitter/daycare
Top Ten “Must Have” Registry ItemsSo I have been asked a few times to make this list. I am going to highlight them by “what they are” and then I'll suggest one(or a few) of my favorite brands/models. Please realize every baby is different & every family is different so obviously what you need &… Continue reading Top Ten “Must Have” Registry Items
Are you an overwhelmed mama? Feel like you will never catch up on that to-do list? Looking for ways to get ahead? Well lucky for you, I am the queen of delegating & finding services to help me when I am overwhelmed and I am here to share what I have learned over the last… Continue reading Easy Ways for Mom to Get Ahead of the To-Do List!
MommyCon is a place like no other, a place where no one flinches if your child cries, a place where breastfeeding happens with ZERO shame from anyone, a place where you can meet the moms(and dads) you idolize from FB groups, a place where you can learn & shop & make new friends. Its a… Continue reading Top 5 Reasons you should go to MommyCon