I have been getting lots of messages on my social media accounts from people questioning my lack of presence on the blog this week, so I figured I would address all of you at one time by giving a health update.
Now, before you get your hopes up, I am NOT an expert on how to balance. Either physically or figuratively. But I believe that everyone’s biggest struggle is balancing all of their wants, needs, and duties. Whether they’re a SAHM, a working dad, a college student, or whatever.
One thing many parents look forward to, for whatever reason, is potty training.
I get it, they become a little more self-sufficient and you get to save some money by not buying diapers every month.
Y’all… potty training is HARD.
But it doesn’t have to be!!!!!
I’m certainly no expert on the topic, but I want to share with you some tips that I have learned in my two potty training journeys.
Disclaimer: This post is NOT meant to mom-shame, but to inform about vaccines and give another perspective
[Mom-shaming: Criticizing or degrading a mother for her parenting choices because they differ from the choices the shamer would make.]
In this day and age, we have SO many unlimited resources at our finger-tips! Throughout our school years we are encouraged to use the Internet for research purposes to write papers, do projects, and sometimes even to study. So why is it that moms are being SHAMED for researching medical decisions that effect their children? Why is it that moms are being SHAMED for doing what they feel is best for their child? Why is it that moms are being SHAMED for protecting these precious beings that have been entrusted to their care?
Disclaimer: This post is not meant to offend either working or stay-at-home moms.
Throughout most of history, it was a mother’s job to stay home, keep house, and raise babies. Somewhere along the line things got jumbled and women became the backbone of the workforce. Now, most mothers work outside of the home for various reasons.
I’m in quite a few mom groups on Facebook, like there should probably be a limit to the number of mom groups you can join. Lately, I have been hearing more and more misconceptions about what SAHM (stay-at-home moms) do/don’t do all day. So I had to ask my mama friends, and I want to share with you some of my favorite SAH mama myths.
Three years, three months, one week, and five days ago our family got the biggest surprise of our lives. Just shy of eight months after giving birth to our first daughter, we found out we were expecting again.
Since cutting out dairy from my diet recently, the kids and I began a morning routine of making smoothies together! I always let the kids name our new creations and today I want to share Lana’s top 3 with you!