Becoming a mommy is such a crazy, life-changing experience. There are so many choices to make, things to learn and new roles to fill. For some of us, whether or not to stay at home is pretty much decided for us. Some of you are single mommies. Of course, you don't have this option and … Continue reading Should You Be A Stay-At-Home Mom?
Psalm 101:2 "I will conduct the affairs of my house with a blameless heart." I came across this verse in my daily Bible reading a few weeks ago. I'm sure I've read it so many times before - I mean, it is the Psalms, not Leviticus. But never before had it stuck out to me … Continue reading A Blameless Heart
Sometimes being a mom is just downright exhausting. It seems like there is never enough time for yourself. I'm a stay at home mom to one child. You would think that I would have plenty of spare time, but the reality is that I don't. That one little stinker sucks up all the time and … Continue reading 5 Tips For Looking Great As A Busy Mom
Being a mom is crazy overwhelming. Whether you have tons of experience with kids or you have never touched a baby before in your life, being pregnant is a scary thing. Soon you will be completely responsible for taking care of a helpless little being! I don't know about you, but I wondered how I … Continue reading Ultimate Guide: The First Year
I've always assumed that breastfeeding is just easier than formula. And to be fair, for the most part, it is! You always have a "bottle" ready to go, whether you are home or not. You don't have to pack any extra supplies.... worst case scenario, you can just pop a boob out and feed your baby. … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned When I Switched From Breastfeeding To Formula
Are you a first-time mom struggling to decide whether to breastfeed or formula feed? It can be a tough choice, especially with all the horror stories out there. When I was trying to decide, so many women were telling about how they had hoped to and it just didn't work out. I was terrified that … Continue reading 10 Things you should know about breastfeeding
Honestly, it was the longest summer... I remember enjoying pregnancy. I felt beautiful. I loved feeling those little feet kicking me in the ribs. The sonograms, prenatal visits, people rubbing my belly, maternity jeans, baby showers... I honestly loved all of it. I slept like a rock, and even the prenatal vitamins weren't all that … Continue reading Samuel’s Birth Story