As my boy-girl twin toddlers’ 3rd birthday approaches, the quote “the days are long, but the years are short” really hits home for me. It seems like yesterday we brought them home from the hospital, and we were completely sleep deprived and focused only on surviving each day. Now they are talking, sassy, active almost 3-year-olds with opinions galore.
They took him out of my arms, as they said you can watch through this window. I felt sick to my stomach. I couldn’t watch anymore, as they strapped his tiny ten pound body down to the cold metal table.
We, as mothers, can be a little too hard on ourselves after having a child. We’re eager to create this idea of what a perfect mother should look and feel like postpartum, but it’s simply not ideal – and often, it’s not realistic. We all have our journey during this particular trial in our lives, and shouldn’t compare ourselves to others.
Do you want to encourage your kids to read more? Try creating a cozy reading nook. A reading nook can be a magical place for kids to relax and let their imaginations run wild.
Oh no, it’s that time of the day again! You get home from work or running errands and you have no idea what to cook tonight. Your kids are starving and they keep asking you what’s for dinner.
“Single Mom” is a broad term that describes many different situations. However, for the most part, single moms are typically mothers who are responsible for the day-to-day care of their children on their own.
Are you a stay-at-home mom or working mom interested in starting a blog? The world of mommy blogs is a growing industry. Not only do thousands of moms start a mom blog every day to share their motherhood stories, but they also offer advice to other moms from all walks of life. And more importantly, many of these mom blogs generate income that help them stay home with their little ones for good.