December 25th is dedicated to all things Christmas – family, presents, and food. December 26th is typically dedicated to recovering from all the fun and chowing down on leftovers, but what you probably didn’t know is that it is also “National Thank You Note Day”. I grew up writing thank you notes until my hand … Continue reading A Day of ‘Thanks’ in December – ‘National Thank You Note’ Day
When it comes to being a mom it is beyond hard not to worry about every little thing when it comes to your child and the various milestones they are meant to hit. Is my child eating enough? Did my child roll over or walk when he was supposed to? Is he talking enough? And … Continue reading Mother’s Intuition
The holiday season is upon us which subsequently means so is picture season. There is nothing like getting dressed up in your holiday-best to go galavanting around an open field, cheerfully smiling at your significant other and children like it is something you do on any given weekend. All joking aside, I love family pictures. … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Family Portraits are Important
“Parenting can be a real drain, even when sharing the misery with a spouse. Alone it was hard as fuck.” All We Ever Wanted, Emily GiffinI recently finished the book All We Ever Wanted by Emily Giffin and while I was reading the above quote really spoke to me. The weekend I started and finished this … Continue reading Here’s To You, Single Parents.
Our potty-training adventure started on a random Sunday, which is convenient since I had this whole plan to start on a Thursday afternoon after preschool so we could spend the following four days hunkered down at home becoming best friends with the potty. But, just as most things do when it comes to parenting, my … Continue reading Potty-Training: Not For the Faint of Heart