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1. The Day in the Life of Being a Mother

Informative spot for parents to learn tricks to raising happy children and making day to day life easier and more relaxed. I cover all kinds of topics that I have come across in my adventure of parenting.

Tags: Parenting, Potty Training, informative, Information, daily Dangers

Latest Blog Posts

  • How to deal when our little ones are having a breakdown
    on May 17, 2013
    If any of you are like me, your children are your world. They are my everything, I enjoy being with them. Your little one can brighten your day and bring so much laughter and life into your home. They can make you smile when you are down and bring te...
  • Postpartum Depression after Bringing home your Baby
    on May 15, 2013
    As a mother you are excited and overwhelmed from the minute you find out you are pregnant. Carrying that precious little thing can be just as overwhelming, trying to make the right decisions on what to eat, what type of lotions and beauty products to...
  • Explaining Tragedies to your Children
    on May 8, 2013
    When tragedies happen sometimes parents have a difficult time knowing what to share with their children and how best to explain the details. Well, I have a simple way of dealing with it. I share all the information, but in a very PG way. My son is...
  • Weaning your little one
    on Apr 19, 2013
    I have decided that it is time to start weaning my daughter, ONLY at night. She is 1 ½ years old and for the last month or so has been a, what I like to call a chronic boob switcher. In other words ever ten minutes or so she is switching from one br...
  • The Challenge of Chores with Babies
    on Mar 28, 2013
    I have found that over the years, trying to get house chores done while your little one hangs onto your left leg is more than challenging. So I turned cleaning into a game. I know there are days when you just want to get them done and be able to no...
  • The Importance of music
    on Mar 26, 2013
    I was raised in a house where music was the heart of it. We always had the music on and sang and danced to it. When I was five years old I could tell you, nine times out of ten, which musician was singing and what song. We listened to all kinds of mu...
  • A day in the life of being a mother: Tips for Toddler Proofing your House
    on Mar 22, 2013
    A day in the life of being a mother: Tips for Toddler Proofing your House: Just when I though my house was toddler safe, my daughters climbed up onto the dinning room table and pulls a plant pot off the book ...
  • Hidden Dangers and Toxins around your House and in your Products
    on Mar 22, 2013
    Just when I though my house was toddler safe, my daughters climbed up onto the dinning room table and pulls a plant pot off the book shelf on to her. I was even right there making breakfast, and didn’t think she could reach the plant, but as you kn...
  • You can’t trust the FDA to make healthy decisions for you and your family, they WON’T
    on Mar 16, 2013
    There is a petition going on right now, started by mom bloggers, to rid Kraft Mac & Cheese from using artificial flavoring. This is something that I am a HUGE believer in. There are so many hidden ingredients that are “FDA” approved and yet c...
  • A Happy House is not Always a Neat one
    on Mar 15, 2013
    Tonight was a night to be challenged. My sweet, agreeable, happy baby girl seemed to be so miserable. She cried over everything, from falling down (which usually doesn’t bother her, she is my brut) to me saying no to her, which she usually challeng...
  • A Child's Imagination is an Amazing Thing
    on Mar 12, 2013
    A child’s imagination is an amazing thing.  They can make the most ordinary thing come to life with its own voice. Our house is filled with toys, and I mean FILLED. My three-year-old son’s favorite toy right now is a little tape measure.
  • Make your own baby food...
    on May 16, 2012
    It is that time again, we have started to introduce our daughter to solid foods, and like with my son, I chose to make my own food. Have you ever tasted the baby food that comes in jars? YUCK! If you wouldn’t eat it why would you give it to your...
  • Children learn what they live
    on Apr 24, 2012
    This was my mothers and she passed it down to me when I had my son. Children learn what they liveIf a child lives with criticism, He learns to condemn.If a child lives with hostility, He learns to fight. If a child lives with ridicule, He learns...
  • Potty training
    on Apr 9, 2012
    I can officially say that my son is potty trained. He has been out of diapers, for the most part, about six months now. The only reason he used diapers was he still liked to poop in them. I know this sounds weird, but I am learning that this is very...
  • The Fear's of summer: A Growing Epidemic
    on Apr 6, 2012
    Everyone knows that with the sunny, hot days and warm nights of summer comes things to worry about. Some of us worry about sun burns, skinned knees, and insects. We know enough to put on bug spray to keep the little pests from biting us or sun screen...
  • They grow so fast
    on Apr 5, 2012
    Yesterday my son had his third birthday. I had been planning for it all month, but it still snuck up on me. He had a wonderful, fun-filled day with mommy-time, which he doesn't get enough of since his baby sister came along. We went to the toy store...
  • Children learn what they see
    on Mar 30, 2012
    I was at the beach last week with my mother, children and nephew. We had a wonderful time playing in the sand, dipping our toes in the icy water, laughing and playing tag. The sun was shinning and it was March 23rd in Maine, absolutely beautiful. My...
  • We forget that babies have bad days too.
    on Mar 17, 2012
    My family has been telling me for years that I should write. Well the other night as I was dancing my babies to sleep I decided they were right. So here I am writing to all of you in hopes that I can enlighten your day in some way or another.I have h...
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