My son has a speech delay. For the longest time, I truly wondered when he was going to start talking and what new words he will start saying. Everytime we went to the doctor, I explained and questioned them, why my son hasn’t said many words. He would mostly whine or babble quite a bit,… Continue reading My Son Has a Speech Delay, and That is Perfectly Okay!
I am sure you all have seen this or heard of many of these or even participate in any of these. I know I have and still do participate in some of these. Whether you are expecting or having a baby at home. Well let me tell you about some awesome freebies or discounts to… Continue reading This is for You Mama and Your Baby!
This post contains affiliate links. At which I earn a small commission fee when you purchase through them, at NO cost to you! When it comes down to breastfeeding, there are a lot of ups and downs throughout the whole journey. There's lots of discomforts especially the first few days after delivery, as all your… Continue reading Top 5 Bras for Breastfeeding!
You just had a baby. Congrats!! Yet you cannot even remember the last time you had a moment to yourself, let alone taken a shower, or even tended to any house chores. Then just the thought of your baby always needing to be held in your arms, which makes things even harder on you, when… Continue reading Self Care Emotionally and Physically!!
I still remember my 23 month old meeting my newborn for the first time. My toddler didn't know how to act or what to think seeing his mommy holding another baby. He wanted to cuddle with mommy because he hasn't seen her since the night before. When he came to cuddle up next to mommy… Continue reading How to Handle Two under Two?
Tips to a Successful Potty Trainer! First and foremost you need to know if your toddler is ready to be potty trained. If you try to potty train before they are ready, things may not go the way that you would want them to. Some signs if they are ready are: Bowel movements come out… Continue reading Tips to have a Successful Potty Training Journey!
Breastfeeding is no joke! It takes a lot of dedication, time, and hard work. I am not an expert or a professional at breastfeeding but I have breastfed two of my children for about two years total and still going at it as my youngest is three months old. A lot more women are choosing… Continue reading Breastfeeding
I miscarried September 2017 with my husband and I’s second child. It was a very devastating time for us. I had a really hard time dealing with it. I didn’t let it show that much, because I try to hide my feelings sometimes, but deep down it hurt me. I have never experienced a miscarriage… Continue reading Rainbow Baby
Miller, Korin. “Real Doctors Share Why They Decided To Become Ob-Gyns | Dr. Sherry.” Www.drsherry.com, 28 Nov. 2016, http://www.drsherry.com/blog/real-doctors-share-why-they-decided-to-become-ob-gyns/ Finding the right doctor for you during your pregnancy will be really crucial to you. You want a doctor that you feel comfortable with and feel at ease. There are different types of doctors or midwives to… Continue reading Finding the Right OB Doctor!
Martin, Megan. “For the Little One Lost | My Story of Miscarriage.” Megan Martin Creative | Business & Lifestyle Blogger, 23 Aug. 2017, meganmartin.net/for-the-little-one-lost/ Some things in this post contain affiliated post and I do earn commission from. Not a lot of people really talk about the topic miscarriage. It's a hard thing to not only… Continue reading It is Okay and Everything Will Be Fine!