Decisions, Decisions

Choices these days are both easier and more difficult. I say easier because there are clearly defined options, and research on baby and child products can now be done from the comfort of your home… Read more »


Think of your earliest memory. Next, ask your child to tell you the first thing they remember. If they are able to tell you, the ages of your first memories probably coincide! In grad school… Read more »

Babies, Kids, and Home

A friend recently expressed her frustration at the state of her home these days. Having a one-year-old who recently began walking and has also been clingy with her lately, she feels it is dirty and… Read more »

Social Media and the Village

We’ve all heard about the village. It takes a village to raise a baby, we as women need to find our village, or group, or mom friends. How do we obtain a village in our… Read more »

Fall, and Halloween

It’s hard to say what exactly the BEST part of fall might be. The cooler temperatures, beautiful colors, outdoor festivals, foods, sports… and much more. There is a time change to deal with, but see… Read more »


When does sleep become a problem? Well, usually when your child is not getting enough. How do you know when your child is sleep deprived? This is actually a much more common problem that most… Read more »

To Walk, or Not to Walk

Does anyone else use Facebook or Timehop and get to see reminders of pictures of your child from years ago? I do. I LOVE this. It reminds me of everything we were so accustomed to… Read more »

The Rabbit Problem

It starts with a lovey or blanket that is safe for babies. Maybe you got your baby a taggie doll as we did. Then perhaps a first stuffed animal when your child is old enough… Read more »

Vacationing With Children

This week our family went to the beach. 2 adults and a 4 year old, along with an entire SUV completely packed with gear. It took both adults and two trips to get the necessities… Read more »

Back To School!

It’s that time again. The time every parent dreads or awaits with glee. Packing up backpacks, lunches, and getting up earlier to get kids on the bus on time. It can be hard to get… Read more »