The Art (and Science) of Babywearing

There is nothing in the world that compares to finally having your newborn baby sleeping on your chest, that sweet-smelling, squishy-cheeked baby right under your nose. I hold those early moments of motherhood so dear to my heart …but then realty sets in. My baby still wanted to be close to me every second, she was still dependant on me …

An accurate study of life before and after kids.

I wrote this post about parenthood on my personal blog a few years ago and it showed up on my memories on Facebook. I had a good laugh remembering the day that this all became clear to me, so I thought I would share. I am not going to delve into the over talked about differences between people without kids …

A Mama Coaches’ View of the Growth Curve

Your doctor turns from his computer and says “your baby isn’t following a growth curve”. This statement is usually followed by instant mom guilt, panic, and compulsive Googling. Before we arrive home from the doctor’s appointment, we have researched every serious illness at traffic lights, and likely planned for how our child is going to stay in their 40lb booster …

Welcome to Motherhood

How to help a Mama in the postpartum period. Bringing home your newborn.

You did it! After ten long months of waiting, your little one has finally arrived. I remember feeling so in love but also so overwhelmed… Welcome to motherhood.

The Best Bedtime Routine For Your Baby

There is no denying that it is Fall. The air is cooler, the leaves are falling and pumpkin spice lattes have arrived. I find Fall feels like a fresh start to me. I have the urge to clean and get things in order before winter arrives. It is also a great time to establish better routines. This post will deliver …

Love and Resilience— A Story of a Supermom

I love to write about inspiring women, their motherhood journey, love and resilience. These are the women who you see in the grocery store. Women who wake up every day knowing they are human and strong. This incredible woman, is Brittany. Brittany has graciously offered to allow me to write about her son. We have discussed this piece at length …

The Solution for Teething

UGHHHHH teething. Every mama wonders and worries about teething and her babe. Babes can’t tell us if it truly is their teeth bothering them, or a host of other potential issues. Children have twenty baby teeth. That’s enough to make a mama cringe. So how do you cope with teething and make your baby comfortable through the process? On average …

Delish Dairy Free / Egg Free Banana Muffins

Yesterday was a rainy Sunday and my youngest guy wanted to bake with me. He was disappointed when he couldn’t “smash” the eggs, but this recipe doesn’t need them! These muffins are moist, and full of flavor. I have been making them since my oldest son was small and we found out he was allergic to eggs and dairy. Most …

Beat the heat with your baby this summer!

  It’s June and we’ve already had some sweltering heat. Some of us love it, but it can be stressful for mamas trying to keep their little ones cool. Babies can’t regulate their temperatures as easily as adults  nor can they tell us they are too warm. Here are some tips to keep your baby cool during these summer months. …

How to transition your baby from two naps to one

I get many emails from mom’s asking how they’ll know if their baby is ready to go from two naps a day to one. Babies are usually ready for this change around a year of age. I have seen babies go as early as nine months and I’ve also seen babies hang on to two naps a day until well …