Tag: baby

An Open Letter to My Middle Child

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To my sweet and full-of-life middle child, I worry about all my children; I am a natural born worrier. However, there is one child I...

Hot Take: Baby Showers are Not Enough for New Moms

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The other day I was listening to a podcast (honestly can’t remember which one of the many podcasts I listen to), and the host...

Your Baby’s Teeth – What to Expect as Their Smile Grows

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Your baby’s first tooth is an exciting time for both you and baby, but it also signals the start of some major developmental milestones....

No, I’m NOT Sad to Be Leaving the “Baby Stage”.

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I've always loved babies. I have pictures of myself at 11, holding and obsessing over tiny little babies. I took care of them every...

Just Buy the Next Size

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Some of you are ready to pounce and lecture me just because of the title of this blog. I understand your hesitancy to accept...

I’m Excited to be Done Breastfeeding (And No, I Don’t Feel...

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First off, let me just say that I am SO fortunate to have been able to breastfeed two babies until they were a year...

Simple Language Activities for Your Baby at Every Stage

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"So what do you DO with them?" -everyone ever, when they find out I work with toddlers on speech and language. As a practicing early...

As For Me and My House…

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As a Christian and a Mom, keeping Christ at the center of our home is a daily goal of mine. Life brings with it...

7 Registry Essentials for Baby #2

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Well, it happened. Our first child lulled us into a false sense of security, and we decided to have another. After spending much time...

Please Stop Telling Me To Enjoy My Pregnancy

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I know you mean well. I know you're just trying to convey the joy you think you experienced when you were pregnant decades (or maybe even a...

Sleep Training Isn’t A Dirty Word

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As a new mom, we often enter motherhood with expectations of what life will be like with an infant. Then once our baby is...

A New Kind of Tired

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Fifteen years ago, I was tired. I was a new college student learning that my mother was no longer around to help navigate my sleeping...