Recently one of the funny meme-making moms I follow on Instagram posted the following meme: “I’m desperate but not *used breastpump* desperate” I normally would not comment on such a post, but saw others were weighing in (and I’m pregnant with no filter at the moment) so why not? My comment was respectful and straight … Continue reading Mom Shaming: Let’s end it.
It's 2018, and for a lot of moms, the chemicals we bring into our homes and use around our kids can sometimes be concerning. Natural cleaning and personal care products can be an easy way to make safe changes to your weekly routine, and take some of the worry out of parenting. As a mom … Continue reading Natural Products We Use Everyday
This site has been much quieter the past couple of months. And yes the holidays were a little crazy (we were out of town a lot) but there's another big reason; we're having another baby! (if you follow me on Instagram you may have seen out New Year's Eve announcement) Our 3 year old is … Continue reading Big Changes This Year
"A Lesson In Self Care" is an excerpt from my upcoming eBook A Fierce Love: Reinventing the early years of #momlife, which is a faith-based take on modern motherhood of infants and toddlers. You probably know by now being a mom is hard work. That’s no secret. But have you ever watched other moms you admire … Continue reading A Lesson In Self Care
There are a lot of days I'm not sure if I'm doing any of this parenting stuff right. But every time someone tells me how happy my kid is, I know its because I try my hardest to stick to a daily routine. Happiness is not just genetics. It's partially that, but it also has … Continue reading Creating a Routine for Your Toddler
Ever since getting married, my husband and I have moved a lot. Seven times in nine years to be exact. When you're moving that often (always for jobs, no, not military) it becomes hard to mentally wrap your head around putting down roots. Pre-kids I had made a couple friends who were co-workers, but after … Continue reading Why You Need to Make Time for Mom Friends
I wrote this when my son was six months old, but it's just as relevant now that he's three.