This mommy life is not as easy as I thought it was going to be. Not that I ever thought that it was going to be completely easy, but no one can describe to you the overwhelming love that comes with the job, as well as as the suffocating since of worry. I don’t know… →
Time’s are changing and while mothers still choose to stay at home with their children, many are choosing to work from home as well. Working from home seems like a dream job. However, it’s not as easy as simply picking out the pajamas you’ll be wearing at your desk as you work away – or… →
Before I became a mom, I vaguely understood that diapers were expensive. Let’s be honest, though…the actual cost of diapers doesn’t quite hit home until you’ve changed one just five minutes after your baby’s last blowout. There is no doubt, babies require a lot of diapers.
Do you want to be a fabulous mom? Of course you do! But you don’t need a Gucci bag to be fabulous. According to the dictionary, fabulous means wonderful, amazingly good, extraordinary. How would you feel if someone was describing you like that? I mean who in this world wouldn’t want to be fabulous?! Don’t… →
For years I struggled with the idea of self-care because well, I hate yoga, bubble baths, massages – all of the top hitters when it comes to self-care options. So how do you make an investment in your health with self-care if none of the standard options actually feel like rest or relaxation to you?… →
Blue Bloods – the TV series, once had this line about marriage: “Despite what the priests say, marriage isn’t a contract. It’s an ongoing negotiation.” You could argue that this is true in so many other aspects of life as well. But, let’s focus on this most important and undoubtedly sacred union between human beings.
With our world ever-changing from the technological advancements, moving away from family is just a normal part of our culture. As a mom with little ones, this can be a struggle during the holidays. What happens if your family lives in another state or another country? How do you stay truly connected in spite of… →
I’m sure you’ve heard of the saying, “children learn what they live.” It comes from a famous poem by Dorthy Nolte and holds more truth then you may think.
As busy moms, we so often forget to take time out for ourselves. It’s a full time job, plus you may have a regular job. When can we possibly find time to relax, take a breath?
Before you know it, your little baby is all grown up and ready to start school. Parents often worry about what their child should know before that first term begins. Just what should your child be able to do by themselves? Here are five simple skills you can work on before your child starts school.