Toddlers love to explore, so it’s only fitting that the adventurous tot in your life has a bedroom to match their curiosity, right? When I was thinking about themes for my tot’s “big boy” bedroom this one fit perfectly. Check it out! Read more
Family and friends were a bit confused when they heard that I was having a mother blessing instead of a sprinkle or baby shower to celebrate my third pregnancy. I got a lot of confused, “What is that?!” responses even after explaining it to them. But I knew a mother blessing was definitely the right choice for this pregnancy and after attending, my friends and family agreed. Read more
Not sure what to get the family members for Christmas? Check out these unique gifts perfect for the big kids and mom or dad in your life.
Decorating for holidays with a toddler around can be challenging — especially for Halloween. You don’t want the decorations to be too scary or too uninteresting, and everything needs to be well out of reach so they don’t destroy or attempt to eat it. The key is to keep decorations simple, but fun. Keep reading for my take on eerie (but not scary) toddler-friendly Halloween decorations for the porch. Read more
I’ve been breastfeeding a total of about 6 years now and I still get super excited whenever I see a new breastfeeding-friendly item in stores or shoppable through Instagram. I recently came across a few new (to me) items that I wanted to share with other breastfeeding and pumping mamas to check out just in time for all your Fall and everyday breastfeeding and pumping needs.
This conversation is sponsored by First Response. All opinions are mine alone and are not medical advice (always consult your doctor).
The pregnancy journey isn’t always easy. For many, getting pregnant requires a lot of work and careful planning. But with the right tools to help you get there, it can happen. If you’re trying to conceive, check out this list of things that can help. Read more
This teething post is brought to you by QALO and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.
Teething isn’t fun for anyone — babies and toddlers are extra tired, cranky, clingy and in pain when teething and parents are simply emotionally and physically exhausted. But there are a few things you can do to ease the discomfort for everyone, like wearing teething jewelry. Here are a few reasons you may want to pick up some teething jewelry of your own, whether you’re a mom or a dad. Read more
This conversation is sponsored by First Response. All opinions are mine alone.
After having our second baby, my husband and I decided that we’d both be up for one last kiddo. With our daughter and son having a 6-year difference between them, we wanted to have this baby closer to our son’s age, so we started trying for our last baby about 4-6 months into postpartum. Read more
The world of parenting is full of judgment — People making comments if you breastfeed, people making comments if you bottle feed, etc. But instead of focusing on what we don’t like about another parent’s choices, maybe it’s time to look at the things we can learn from one another! Here are 7 things we can learn from parents around the world. Read more
Taking week-by-week or even month-by-month photos with numbered photo cards has become a fairly regular occurrence in pregnancy and after the baby is born. Everyone loves the weekly or monthly baby updates showing how your little one has changed since birth, and mamas-to-be enjoy recording the changes to their body through each pregnancy as they transition into new motherhood. This week, I’m sharing some lovely numbered floral wreath photo cards that you can download for bump updates or baby updates! Read more