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Tag Archives: baby
A week of blood tests confirmed that I was indeed pregnant. I had to make a decision, keep thinking the worse or hang on for dear life hoping for the best . . . I chose hope. It was still … Continue reading
When I embarked on this journey called motherhood pregnant and glowing baby registry scanner in hand, I had some very definite ideas on what baby products I would need and which ideas I would find completely useless. It is funny to me … Continue reading
She is four months going on fourteen*. Each day she learns more and becomes more independent. Everyday she needs me a little less. Someday I know she will hate me and think I’m out-of-touch. But for tonight I am content … Continue reading
Hello I’m A! I’m 4 months and 8 days old and I can sit up mostly on my own!
My husband is not the best at putting together an outfit for A, most of the time he just opts for jammers aka PJs yep, we are those parents, we have ridiculous names for everything. In fact he has even … Continue reading
Okay confession time … I am TERRIFIED of clipping my daughter’s nails, so much so that I avoid it at all costs. I have asked my other mommy friends, some suggest biting, others filing, or even ripping but none of … Continue reading
Most of the time we have the best baby in the world, she sleeps well, she is happy, and she rarely cries (knock on wood). I am not sure how we got so lucky and my husband swears she will … Continue reading
In the very early days of nursing A she was sweet and sleepy. Nursing sessions were frequent and short because she spent just as much time sleeping as she did eating. It was our special time because even though I … Continue reading
Properly swaddling your baby can be an invaluable skill those first few weeks home from the hospital. Nothing can calm a fussy baby like a good swaddle. It helps them feel safe and secure and reminds them of the womb. … Continue reading