I am not going to lie, most nights I am so exhausted that I don't really do half of these things. Other nights I do them all and the next day is so much more calm and easy going. It takes some time to do them but it will probably take twice this time with … Continue reading Busy moms – 10 things you can do tonight to save time tomorrow
"Motherhood is never all rainbows and butterflies but it's also not always black or white." Motherhood is definitely one of the most rewarding journey of our lives but it's also one of the toughest ones. Motherhood is never all rainbows and butterflies but it's also not always black or white. There are tough days and … Continue reading Last night I failed!
Cannot believe I am doing Olivia's one year update already. Let me just start by saying that Olivia is not a baby anymore. She is a full on toddler, she does everything a toddler does, the good and the bad! General information She is in size 4+ diapers. She is currently weighing 9.200gr and … Continue reading Olivia’s 1 year update
I recently read a blog post regarding oral language development in toddlers and how to encourage it and it was a really useful article. But what really stood out for me was one example the writer gave where the mother said to the toddler "we went to the toilet, didn't we?" and she pointed out … Continue reading When “I” becomes “We”
"Why did you have a C-section?" This question makes me so angry, angry because I wouldn't ask you why you had a natural birth, would I? But I get it, C-section is the "bad" option when it comes to labor. But I also like the question because I want to let people know know … Continue reading A different perspective on C-Section
Baby led weaning is something I look forward every time my babies get to the 6 months mark. There is nothing I love more that watching them experiment with their food and trying different textures and flavours. I start of with baby purées (you can read the article " Starting solids - the start & … Continue reading Baby led weaning – a few months in
Having a toddler that just went from terrible twos to being a threenager is definitely no joke. I have been working so hard to minimise George's tantrums (of course he throws tantrums and sometimes on a daily basis but they are not huge, crying hysterical ones) and one of the reasons he throws tantrums is … Continue reading No more No