Ask any parent in the world to choose between their children and they’ll never be able to do it! Things are no different for my husband and me. Our little boy and girl are extremely dear to us, and we love them more than our lives – irrevocably and unconditionally. Though we parents know that all our children are equally precious to us, little children can tend to get insecure about the arrival of their new sibling. It is, therefore, important to make them understand that with the new baby coming into the family, your care and love won’t get divided; it will only grow by leaps and bounds. Here are seven ways you can prepare your child for their new sibling:
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Today's blog post which celebrates spring has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PurellWipes #CollectiveBias
I'll admit it. I love snow. Truth be told, I probably love it more than anyone else I know (besides the fictional character Lorelia Gilmore – who, by the way, may or may not be my spirit animal.)
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
This Eggo Waffle Bar shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EggoWaffleBar #CollectiveBias
I've been really good recently about eating a delicious filling breakfast over the past few weeks, and have also made sure to feed Tall Dad and Rhys the same! Our go-tos have been Eggo Waffles with peanut butter, eggs, and lots of delicious fruit.
Well last night, I just didn't feel like cooking dinner. I was tired, my 8 month pregnant belly ached, and Tall Dad had just returned from having a root canal. Slaving over a stove was NOT something I was looking forward to, so I decided to add a bit of pizzaz by proclaiming that we were going to have Breakfast for Dinner - in the form of an Eggo Waffle Bar!
Monday, March 23, 2015
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
I've finally started to like hanging out with Itty Bitty. Trust me, he's been no day at the park. Between the terrible birthing experience, and then the colic, and then the even worse sleeping habits, he's really tested my mettle. But, now that we actually have a chance to hang out and enjoy each other's company, a favorite pastime of ours is to sit down and listen to music together. Maybe it's because we played all different kinds of music for him in the womb, or when he was a slithering/crying mess of an infant - but he really enjoys hearing cool and different musical sounds. So, here are his top ten favorite tracks of music (of the moment) he can't help but jam out too. And trust me - they're eclectic, just like Itty Bitty.