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Happy Two Years to Harrison

It happened.  My baby boy turned two. I hear people talk all the time about the years flying by – and I think I even commented something like this on Harrison’s one year update – but until these milestones hit, you really don’t realize just how fast the time passes.  The days are Continue Reading …

True Life: My Daughter Nearly Strangled Herself in the Window Blinds

You know those cliche phrases you hear in news stories or on-camera interviews after tragedies.  You know what I’m talking about. “I never thought it could happen to us.”   “I only turned my back for a minute”  “How could I be so careless?” We have all seen or heard someone Continue Reading …

10 Foods I Can’t Wait to Eat After I Wean My Son

Many breastfeeding mamas are forced to eliminate some type of food from their diets in one way or another. For me, it ended up being several different foods. For almost twenty months I’ve given up some of my favorite foods – eggs, dairy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, corn, barley, Continue Reading …

Harrison 18 Months

It’s been a while since I’ve posted about my son’s health.  Technically, I haven’t done an update at all  since his one year birthday, but since he just had his well visit with the pediatrician, I figured this is the perfect time to bring everybody up to speed on his health & nutrition. Truthfully, Continue Reading …

#BabyStrong Review and Discount Code

Through my affiliation with Fit Approach, I was presented with the opportunity to try out the Baby Strong Workout in exchange for my honest opinion. Motherhood brings along many things.  It brings lots of joy, some worry, patience, and more love than you can imagine, but one thing it does not bring you, is Continue Reading …

The Dark Side of Breastfeeding

Before you read this and immediately conclude that I am hating on breastfeeding, please understand that everyone’s journey is different.  I’m not using my platform to spread negativity about breastfeeding.  I’m merely pointing out that there is a dark side to many things in life, breastfeeding included.   When my husband Continue Reading …