I like screen time. Sometimes I even LOVE screen time. And I don’t just mean for myself. The first word out of my toddler’s mouth in the morning is usually, “BLIPPI!” If you don’t know who Blippi is, go check … Continue reading 4 Toddler Activities That Build Fine Motor Skills.
A few days ago I sat down to eat my lunch after I had put both my boys down for a nap when I started to smell something strange. Well, not really strange. It was just the smell of poop. … Continue reading A Toddler and Infant Routine For A Stay At Home Mama. (Revised)
From unmedicated childbirth to cloth diapering, I’ve often been met with skepticism with some of the more labour (literally) intense approaches I’ve taken in motherhood. I see much of what I do as a labour of love for these sweet … Continue reading 4 Homemade Baby Formula Options
There are a few things I’ve struggled with as mom that stand out more than others. How I’ve fed my babies is one of those things. If you are a young mom like me, chances are you have struggled with … Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned About Feeding My Babies.
If you are reading this, chances are you are sleep deprived. I am sleep deprived as I write this. I’ve been sleep deprived since January 2017. So that is about 2 years of sleep deprivation. Are you tired, mama? If … Continue reading Is Sleep Training For You? 3 Things To Consider.
As a mother of two, a self-titled birth nerd, and a soon-to-be doula, I can promise you that there are so many things your OB won’t tell you. Why? Well…their job is strictly to bring the baby safely to this … Continue reading A Doula’s Perspective
So, my almost 4 month old is going through what most sleep experts would say is a sleep regression. Add to that the fact that my 17 month old is cutting 3 molars all at once and you could say … Continue reading Why I Don’t Follow BabyWise And What I Do Instead.
So, as I’m typing this, I’m listening to my toddler cough and moan in his crib when he’s usually napping this time of day. Poor guy has his first ever really bad head cold. When I say first ever I’m … Continue reading How To Create A Sickness Protocol
“AAAAEEEEEGGGH!”The sound of my son’s anguished screaming fills my house. The sun has not even risen. I’m still in my pyjamas, trying to wash my face in the bathroom. The next minute I hear uncontrollable laughing. What on earth, you … Continue reading 4 Tips For Minimizing Meltdowns
If you ever come visit me in my home, bring slippers. My floors will most likely be somewhat sticky. Why? Because I have a toddler. Enough said, right? I try to remember a time in my life when I didn’t … Continue reading Encourage Your Toddler To Eat More And Cry Less With These 4 Tips.