Growing up, being different was frowned upon and an instant recipe for ridicule. I was always different in some way.
Nothing says “easy” like getting your kids to brush their teeth. Said no mom ever. It’s actually quite a feat.
If you’re a mom, the phrase “me time” means hiding in the bathroom and pretending to pee (wait, do moms really get to pee alone?). Or, maybe it means
Some of you I’m sure are aware of our struggle with Jayden’s severe Eczema during the first four years of his life. In seeking treatment for his condition, we were bounced around quite a bit and given conflicting advice by doctors. We were told everything from
I know I’ve mentioned this before, but breastfeeding kicks my butt. After nursing two children for two years each and now a third, I’m sure of it. Only this time around I’m not playing any games when it comes to my nutrition.
This summer we’ve had our share of fun enjoying the great outdoors. We’ve hung out at the beach, gone camping, park hopping, and adventured through lush forests. With all of our