The Struggle for Healthy Habits in Preschoolers

Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own. #StonyfieldBlogger Honestly, I consider us pretty lucky in the eating department with our preschooler. Considering his past with a feeding tube, oral aversion, refusal to drink - anything! The fact that we have a 4 year old that is so willing to … Continue reading The Struggle for Healthy Habits in Preschoolers

How Can I Help You Feel Loved?

Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own. #StonyfieldBlogger When inspiration strikes, you write. And what better inspiration than love? Especially love for your child. We love our children to our very cores, it's so deep that it's never ending. My dad has taught my son that he doesn't just … Continue reading How Can I Help You Feel Loved?

Tips for Breastfeeding Oversupply and Discomfort {+ an Undercover Mama Review}

Oversupply with breastfeeding, the struggle is real my friends! I feel the breastfeeding conversation usually centers around how to boost supply or fearing that you're not making enough, but some of us make more than enough and while it's great, it's also incredibly painful! I knew that I'd have an oversupply issue with Baby H, … Continue reading Tips for Breastfeeding Oversupply and Discomfort {+ an Undercover Mama Review}

A Rainbow Story of Hope

As most of you probably already know, if you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you've probably already seen the announcement (and if you don't follow me on either of those, you definitely should!). RAINBOW BABY H HAS MADE HER ARRIVAL!! That's right folks! My precious rainbow baby that we've been hoping and praying for … Continue reading A Rainbow Story of Hope

I Believe in Gentle Parenting But…

Yes, I'm a gentle parent and believe in gentle parenting techniques. We don't use corporal punishment (spanking), we use calm voices, we state the positive rather than telling our son what not to do, we believe in cuddles and expressing feelings, and we don't do time-out for tantrums, we babywear. I believe in breastfeeding (if … Continue reading I Believe in Gentle Parenting But…

Red Raspberry Leaf Tea in Pregnancy – Guest Post

Contributed By: Brittany Thomas of The Pistachio Project I'm currently waiting on baby number five. Yes, five! Through the past five pregnancies, I've learned a lot about preparing for labor. One of those things is red raspberry leaf tea. You wouldn't think a tea could make that much of a difference when it comes to having … Continue reading Red Raspberry Leaf Tea in Pregnancy – Guest Post

To My Baby Burrito – Guest Post

Contributed by: Mary Kay To my Baby Burrito, I had to take you to the doctor’s office today. You had a pretty bad diaper rash.  Quite the mundane ailment, I must admit.  But nothing about our visit felt mundane today… You had on my *new* favorite shirt of yours.  It is bright orange with a … Continue reading To My Baby Burrito – Guest Post

My Choice to Attempt a VBAC

I started doing research on VBAC at some point after M was born and I learned that "once a csection, always a csection" wasn't necessarily true. I found loads and loads of information online, friends steered me in the direction of reputable sites to continue my research. I wanted to absorb all things VBAC before … Continue reading My Choice to Attempt a VBAC

Newborn Car Seat Safety with GB Asana35 AP {Review}

Getting ready for a new baby when I already have a 3 year old, is a lot more work that I could have imagined. Maybe it's because I take on way too much at one time work-wise or maybe it's avoidance because I've had so much fear in this pregnancy. Whatever the reason, I'm seriously … Continue reading Newborn Car Seat Safety with GB Asana35 AP {Review}

High Protein Snacks for Pregnancy

Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own. #StonyfieldBlogger As with any pregnancy, there's always something that goes a tad bit wonky that wasn't the case pre-pregnancy. Whether it's aches and pains, involuntary peeing, hormonal crying, cravings, or food aversions, there's always something. I honestly cannot complain about this pregnancy. … Continue reading High Protein Snacks for Pregnancy