Baby Safety Tips for Your Home

This post has been sponsored by Purple Safety All opinions are 100% my own. My full disclosure can be found here. Babyproofing your house can be a no brainer for some parents. Our first son never was into sockets or grabbing objects from the counters. Our second son is definitely a force to be reckoned with. […]

Preparing Your Child for a New Baby

This post does contain affiliate links. My blog post was originally posted on The Vintage Honey Shop Blog We weren’t sure how we would introduce the idea of a baby growing inside my tummy or how breastfeeding works to our then 3 ½ year old. Thank goodness we had 9 months to prepare him to not […]

The Out-of-Sync Child, The Book That Made Me a Better Parent

Sensory Processing Disorder and Developmental Delay was something I never expected to hear as a first time parent. Having studied child development and receiving my degree in Psychology, could not have prepared me for parenthood like I had expected. I could tell all about what I had learned and write pages on research, but applying […]

Snip Snip Hooray – Tips For Vasectomy Recovery

*If this topic makes you uncomfortable, or you find it offensive, please discontinue reading below. This article is to help others be comfortable and find tips for the recovery of vasectomy surgery.* Ever since Jaxon was little I knew I would be a one and done kind of mom; but then he became a little […]

Self-Care For (New) Mothers Around The Holidays.

This was originally posted on The Vintage Honey Shop Blog I’ll admit I’m a control freak. Not even a little one, a huge giant control freak. It’s hard for me to relax during a normal week, but add holiday stress into the mix and I’m a hot mess. Finally after 5 years of being a working mom […]

Faking It For Christmas

To be honest – I’ve never had the desire to have a real Christmas tree. We’ve had our Christmas tree in our family for 20 years, and it still looks AMAZING. Not only does it have a sentimental value, it’s been cheaper for us in the long run and make’s life slightly easier for me. […]

10 Non-Toy Gift Ideas For Kids

As a parent I love to gift experiences, not just toys. I hear all the time of parents having too many toys around the house, and not enough money to afford music, dance, gymnastics, karate, classes. I’ve complied a list of a few things that I would like and think other parents would enjoy for […]

Our New Favorite Night Light

This baby product was given to me in exchange for my honest review and post. All opinions are my 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission if you click a link and purchase something that I have recommended. My full disclosure can be found here. I’ve tried […]

Growing Up To Be Eco-Friendly

*Although I have been compensated for this post by Diamond Bloggers, my honest opinions are my 100% own. This post uses referral/affiliate links. * As soon as I became pregnant with my first child, I knew I wanted to raise a family that makes eco-friendly choices and to learn how to be environmentally friendly. At […]

Breastfeeding My “Little” Beastie

Yes you read that right, my “little” almost 9 month old – is a beast. He came out screaming for life like I had never heard a newborn scream before. It never crossed my mind that breastfeeding him could be difficult. I thought it would be easy the second time around, just like the first […]