I’m really, really mad!

WARNING:  Vent ahead … I’ve been searching for articles that give advice on how moms returning to work full-time can cope with the adjustment and I’m SO sick of reading articles that are all targeted to SAHM (stay-at-home moms) telling them how to sympathize with the child’s father and to give them space when they […]

Baby Gender Stereotyping

We don’t bend to gender stereotyping.  If my son wants a pink outfit or a sparkly doll then that’s what he’ll have. I find it so strange that people get bent out of shape about such trivialities.  Seriously?  You’re a parent, you’ve got way more important things to worry about like keeping your kid alive […]

Daddy’s 1st Babywearing & Sushi Dinner!

A surprise night out for Sushi dinner, and Ace’s daddy tried out babywearibg for the first time! He was a little nervous about not holding the bottom of the carrier for support at first [which I think is a natural reaction as I did the same thing] but after a little while felt much more […]

‘Decoding Baby’s Cries’

Here are some great resources for all those out there that have tried to console a crying baby while trying to decipher the reason said baby is crying with the hit-or-miss method. Hope they help! < Decoding Your Baby’s Cries > < The Crying Dictionary > < The 5 Cries You Need To Know >

Love Me Till I’m Me Again

This is a topic I’ve been avoiding but it is time to vent. One word:  hormones No one warned me that hormones will be an issue after you’ve given birth. Even after the first menstrual cycle they are still out of whack.  I feel like my hormone imbalance might be stronger now than during my […]

My Discovered Love for Babywearing

So I’m entirely new to baby wearing but am loving it!  Here are my reasons for loving front-carrying: •  baby is close to my body so I can be attentive •  allows me to be hands-free •  my body movements and smell allow baby to be (and stay) calm •  baby can sleep comfortably •  […]