Just this past week my firstborn son turned 5.  It still feels strange to type that out.  If you are reading this post on the day it publishes you will probably be reading it while I am attending his preschool graduation.  I didn’t even know that preschool graduation was a thing!  The past year and…

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Last Sunday my baby officially turned one year old.  It’s been a difficult year on so many levels I’m not even sure where to start. I have so many feelings surrounding Matthew’s birthday and I’m guessing that there are other 2020 moms who feel similarly. Here is just a taste of some of the feelings…

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My last blog post, read it here, was about my gratitude towards my ability to breastfeed my 10 month old son.  He is thriving on breastmilk and is quite the chunky monkey – as we affectionately refer to him.  He is over a whopping 19lbs – much larger and heavier than my first son was…

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If you read my post last week and are considering sending your toddler to preschool, this post is for you.  Here is the link if you would still like to check it out here: LINK.  Choosing a preschool is daunting task.  Two years ago when my son was one, a few moms told me that…

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Last month, my newly turned three year old son started preschool.  I can’t believe he is already old enough to go.  Time flies. On the other hand though, my son was more than ready to go.  I often get asked how we chose his preschool and how we knew he was ready.  I firmly believe…

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I am due to have my fourth baby in about 6 weeks. My oldest turns six in two weeks. I have recently spent a lot of time reflecting on my parenting journey and how differently I am preparing for this baby as opposed to my first. This baby will definitely be my last. I recall…

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When I was pregnant, I was fortunate that my aunt threw me a baby shower.  It was a lot fun.  One of the “games” that we played was “wishes for baby.”  Basically, everyone was supposed to write well wishes for my son on a piece of paper and my aunt had plans to put them…

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I am the mother of two daughters and one son.  Three small children who follow me around all day long, tug at my legs, and won’t even let me pee in peace.  They are always around; always listening.  This has never been more apparent until recently. One morning I was standing in my bathroom doing…

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