I was just recently talking to a friend who had just had baby and asked me what I did to get mine to sleep through the night. I figured since all of my kids slept for the night at an early age I would give you a list of tips and tricks on what worked for me. Continue reading “How to get your baby to sleep through the night.”
Things to know about the helmet: 1. It’s expensive and 9 times out of 10 your insurance doesn’t cover the whole thing and 2. getting fitted for it is a nightmare. If you can get past those two things, you’re set.
Since it’s starting to get much colder (slowly) outside, I haven’t always been so up to date on all of the warm essentials for the kids so I figured I’d get started a little early this year. A few of my favorites so far.. Continue reading “Fall kids.”
I am obsessed with being comfortable, clearly. As a mom I’m constantly chasing kids around and taking them here or there. Other than those date nights, which are few and far between these days, the only thing I really want to wear are comfy clothes. So I figured I’d put a few things together that I’m currently obsessed with this fall.
Over the past few months since Danny broke out of the NICU, he clearly has favored the right side. Anytime he sleeps he’s always positioned his head looking to the right and it seems as though no matter what I do to try and get him to keep his head to the left, it always goes back to the right. I’ve tried everything, from placing something under his crib sheet to physically (which didn’t hurt him and was recommended by the dr.) slowing pushing his head to the left and keeping it there for about a minute. We have actually even gotten used to feeding him with our left hand so that he’ll be on our right side, looking up at us to the left. Nothing has worked and it seems that his head has just continued to get worse. To me it even seems to be pushed out on the opposite side of the front of his head.
And no, I’m not talking about the movie. Continue reading “My best friends wedding.”
I cannot even begin to understand what has happened in our country. I wake up in fear for my children’s safety and today, more than others, I’m squeezing them extra tight. These horrible tragedies that happen open our eyes to the fact that life is so short, and can be taken from us so quickly. I’ve gone back and forth with acknowledging it or letting it be, but I feel as though not acknowledging it is also ignoring it and the pain the people are going through shouldn’t be ignored.