I will never forget sitting in front of my computer, at sixteen years old, making a plan for the next ten years of my life.
If anyone knows about dining out with little ones, it is I.
I am constantly eating out with my little guys and have learned a few tricks on making our experience a good one. Of course, I have learned through trial and error. So to save you the headache here are four tips on surviving a restaurant with little ones: Continue reading “Tips on Surviving a Restaurant”
I would like to start off by saying that I am very grateful for the job I have. The flexibility is definitely a perk that you can’t just find anywhere and I am very grateful for the people I have been able to meet.
Recently, I got offered more hours at work and I said yes in a heartbeat because I could really use the extra money. The extra hours include traveling– which I love. However, after the first few days of traveling across the city, I noticed a change in the way I handled things at home. Continue reading “Pros & Cons of Being a Working Mama”
I love to laugh!
As I scroll through my camera roll, I have noticed that most of my pictures are of my children or me cracking up. Continue reading “Ten Favorite Motherhood Memes”
Although we’d all like parenting to come with a manual, it doesn’t.
But thankfully we have books! And lots of them! 😀 Continue reading “4 Favorite Parenting Books”
Avoiding sibling jealousy can be a very difficult task.
A week after I arrived home from delivering my second child, my first punched my little one in the stomach because he wanted the baby’s bottle of milk. Continue reading “Avoiding Sibling Jealousy”
I would say giving birth is out of anyone’s comfort zone. It hurts! But motherhood has a way of making you exit that comfort zone that you love so much and making you explore new things that you’ve never even thought of. Continue reading “Comfort Zone & Motherhood”
I only took two semesters of childhood psychology so I am clearly no expert! But it does not take an expert to know that who we are as adults stems from our childhood experiences. Continue reading “Positive Affirmations & Motherhood”
If you are anything like me, you have stopped watching the news. My husband had to make me to stop tuning in because I was starting to get sad all the time. Continue reading “Fear & Motherhood”