I have a love-hate relationship with bloggers sharing their income reports. I love them because they have been some of the BEST teachers for me when it comes to blogging success. I feed off the crumbs successful bloggers leave here and there about what made them successful and I practice and apply! Similarly,
DISCLAIMER: Just to put it out there, not all moms might be bothered by these but, from what I have heard said by many moms, these are still things that grandmothers should be wary of. Now, I decided to write this post because recently I realized that this really is a HUGE topic. In
The Mommy Pooch has always been a reference to the hanging belly that is “leftover” after you have delivered your baby. While some women are quick to lose the pooch by a couple weeks to months postpartum, most struggle with it. It took me 9 months to get back to my pre-pregnancy weight, and
The newborn phase is the make it or break it phase of breastfeeding. It is also the most difficult. You have a small time window to figure out how to breastfeed because your milk supply and ability to support your baby exclusively depends on it. It’s a race between the breast and the bottle.
Every first-time expecting mom would like to know what she should put on her baby registry. There are just so many products and choices that it can often times feel overwhelming to choose the items you actually need. When it was my turn, I filled up my registry with all the items I thought I
This year marks our baby’s first Christmas! I already await the Christmas season yearly because it’s my favorite time of the year, but this year will be extra special. That’s why I wanted to start planning it out a little earlier. Although our baby probably won’t remember it, that doesn’t mean she won’t enjoy it!
Breastfeeding is both time-consuming and stressful for most moms. The last thing we want to think about is what we will be eating. The problem with that is that in those moments we tend to grab for fast foods that are quickly accessible and tasty, although unhealthy. Store bought freezer meals, chips, candy bars, cookies,
I am going to guess that you, like me, most likely that all of your baby’s medicines are cluttered onto some shelf or scattered in multiple bags. Or maybe you’re using a bunch of ziplock baggies to keep it all together, only to find yourself unable to locate it when it’s needed most. Well, I
So I have been meaning to write this post as it has been an essential component to my sanity as a mother, and I believe most mothers would resonate with it. How in the world do you get things done with a baby?! It feels like they need attention 24/7! When and how do moms
The inspiration for this post stems from my own personal breastfeeding experience through which I realized that breastfeeding was much more difficult than I thought it would be. When I was asked if I would be breastfeeding, my first reply was, “Of course!”. I mean I had heard about how important it was, but, honestly,