The following are actual comments I have received from nice normal people who think they can say whatever they want just cuz you’re pregnant:
“You’re still here?”
“Are you having twins!?”
“Wow, You’re blossoming!”
Would you say those things to someone who’s overweight?
Welcome to the easy gift giving guide where finding the right gift is now so much easier!
Gifts for the expectant mom:
I got this with my fifth kid- and boy do I wish I had gotten it with my first!
It made life with a new baby so much easier. Baby was happy and I was happy 🙂
If there’s only one supplement you give your kids, make it vitamin D.
Vitamin D, also known as the “Sunshine Vitamin”, is crucial to the functioning of your body.
What Does Vitamin D Do?
It promotes bone growth by increasing Calcium absorption.
It boosts the immune system which will protect your kids from getting sick.
Got a bad sinus infection?
When I was pregnant I had a really bad sinus infection which lasted a few weeks.
I weighed my options between going on antibiotics which might resolve the sinusitis but would also likely lead to a yeast infection, versus taking vitamins and praying it would clear up on its own.
My friend happened to mention trying a saline nasal spray which had worked for her.
Are you thinking of starting your own blog but not sure how to go about it?
Have you already started and have some questions along the way?
The following are blogs that I found that really helped me get started on my journey.
Thank you to you all!
It’s amazing how much goes into starting a blog!
When I started my blog I literally googled everything! There’s so much to know!
Luckily there are some great resources to help you get started and guide you on your journey.
I put together a fun list of ways to enjoy the snow:
1) Enjoy a steaming mug of hot cocoa while you gaze out your window at the beautiful white landscape
2) Hold a family snowball fight
Everyone wants to see their kid succeed in the classroom, so receiving complaints about your kid’s classroom behavior can be a real downer.
When I received phone calls from my first grader’s teacher that my son was disrupting the class I knew I would have to be proactive.
I spoke to my friend who was going through a similar situation with her daughter, and she described a classroom behavior chart she was using which was working out really well.
Homework has to be the bane of parenting a school age child.
We all know the stress it can bring to our evenings! What can we do to change that?
I have two school-age kids. One does his homework on his own, and the other needs to be sat down with a parent helping him.
Everyone’s experienced it: Your kid is not interested in sitting down to do his homework, and when you make him he just can’t focus and get it done.
The frustration is slowly (or rapidly) building.