We are in our 7th month of cloth diapering! Woo! This is my 3rd baby, and I’ve finally pulled off cloth diapering. Here’s my journey so far…Read More »
There are 2 days before we reach our long awaited due date. Do you feel the changes that have teased me during the last few weeks? What’s it like for you when Mommy’s belly Read More »
Here we go….our third rodeo!
We are expecting our third baby boy in about 2 months (oh my goodness!!). There are things that I have obviously learned along the way with my first two on preparing for a new baby.Read More »
Breastfeeding is a personal challenge for each mother and child. Some get it right away, some don’t. Some have a milk supply that flows like a fountain, and some of us have to work really hard at keeping it up. I always felt I failed at breastfeeding Read More »
I’m always trying to figure out a way to spend less money. My paycheck goes towards food and household needs for my family of 4 (almost 5). I balance mothering and work along with trying to keep up with family, friends and volunteer work. I often feel I’m neglecting something or someone, so I try to figure out ways to balance it all.Read More »
I am so incredibly blessed to have carved out this little life of mine as a work-from-home-Mom (WFHM). It’s been my dream to be a Mom since the beginning of my time, and the opportunity to stay home hasn’t always been true.
Before my husband and I were married, we had the necessary discussions about our future family. He felt that if I were to stay home with the kids, then he would be working long hours and possible multiple jobs and miss out on our kids’ lives. While I didn’t want to agree, I do remember my Dad working long hours of multiple jobs and missing out on some holidays. I realized then that I would become a Mom, but I would have to work. That’s fine, the most important thing is that I become a Mom.Read More »
I’m expecting baby #3… boy #3, in fact. There are many topics/preparation for this baby that involve knowing this is for sure my last baby, and wanting to “get things right.” I don’t think I got things wrong with my first 2, it’s just that – like most – I had these ideas of how things would go down, that realistically didn’t pan out. My biggest things are: having a unmedicated birth (more on that later), and using cloth diapers.Read More »