Sitting, crawling, and talking are OK. But there are some milestones I get really jazzed about, but you won't find them in the baby books. These are the milestones REAL parents should be looking forward too, and usually don't know how great they are until they happen.
Have you ever had to take care of your child or children with a cold? What about when you have the flu? Or a headache? Or maybe a migraine? They all suck. No one wants to do it, but you know there's a light at the end, the cold will fade and it will be back to business as usual soon enough. When you live in chronic pain though, you have to push through even if there's no light in sight.
I decided, on the fly, while shopping to shake up my dinner rut when I saw chicken wings. I wasn't sure what I would do with them, but the outcome was yummy none the less.
A few tips and tricks for faster, easier cleaning I've learned since having kids. Saves my time, and sometimes my sanity.
With the flurry of birthday parties this fall, I put together a few friendship books to give to our friends.
Kat used to despise hair brushing and washing her hair. Once her locks became long enough to tie up, we turned time we dreaded into a fun time to for mother-daughter bonding.
After a year of potty training attempts, this is what we are doing the second time around. And no, we are not doing the 100% guaranteed 3-day method. Spoiler, it doesn't work for 100% of toddlers.
Wether it's about the environment, equality, or kindness, these books help open up the conversation to discuss topics in an age appropriate way.