it’s no secret 2020 was a shitshow. and that doesn’t even describe it. so many people, like myself, were forced to work from home without child care. thankfully, my mom was able to help me out so that i’d be able to keep my job, but i know that not many people were as lucky as i was.Continue reading “tip for working from home – with kids”
Still working on the nursery. Continue reading “Week 30 Bump Date”
i find myself thinking how i can’t believe i don’t remember my body hurting so much but then i also remember that i’m not as young as i was three years ago when i was pregnant and i also didn’t have 3 other kids, was working from home and home schooling at the time soo. Continue reading “24-25 week bump date”
just left the doctor for my monthly check up, still super weird wearing a masking and having to get my temperature checked. Continue reading “22 week bump date”
For some moms going back to work is the worst thing ever; crying on your way to work, running to your car to get home quickly and texts all day to your sitter asking for pictures and updates. For other moms (like me) going back to work is the best thing ever. I love my kids, I really do – obsessed with them actually – but I just love what I do and I feel like someone else is just much more equipped at teaching my kids how to make the most amazing macaroni necklace than I am.
For the first time in the two months since Danny was born, Cabrey and Daniel have napped at the exact same time. It’s like ..seeing a unicorn. The sky’s opened up from the heavens, a beautiful white unicorn came floating down and we rode into the sunset, wind blowing in our hair. Continue reading “Naps on naps on naps”
Apparently, National Breastfeeding Month is an actual thing and it’s during the whole month of August. Cool. Continue reading “AHHHHHHHHH Breastfeeding.”
Each and everyone of us. It’s a proven fact. How many times a day do you do something and think to yourself, #worstmomever. To make you feel better during those moments, here are just a few ways that I suck, FOR REAL.
So, you just had a baby. He or she is about 2 months old now. You start to want to feel better about yourself. You do your hair one day, throw on a little mascara the next. Before you know it, you’re actually (maybe) putting a pair of jeans when you run to Target at 8 a.m. As you get in the shower one day, you look at your body in the mirror and think to yourself, “holy shit, what happened!?” and possibly even shed a few tears.
With my most recent pregnancy I had come across numerous articles about what to pack in your hospital bag.