It’s been a while but we’re back!

The past two years have been quite turbulent for us but we’re in a good place now! My most important message today is MOMS YOU ARE ENOUGH! You don’t need a support system to be amazing, but if you have one then use it. Don’t be afraid to ask for yourself, but if you’re completed […]

A Good Night Sleep !!!

My little peanut SLEPT THROUGH THE NIGHT !!! This is beyond amazing and hopefully something I can get used to!   I’ve read enough about baby’s sleep patterns to not read about baby’s sleep patterns. Every little one has their own needs and wants so I’ll just take them as they come.  Ace is very clear […]

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 […]

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 •  […]