Hi, all! As I've mentioned before, I’m trying to get a routine down, and that involves some sort of skincare and makeup regimen. I am also the mommy of a two-year-old, who seemingly has radar when mommy tries to get up early enough to start said regimen. What I put together has to be quick… Continue reading Mommy Makeup: My Go-To Routine
Hi all! My toddler just turned 2 ½ last week, and I thought it was just time to suck it up and give her a “big girl room.” I had just given her a toddler set-up when she was a little over a year and a half old, but the max height for a toddler… Continue reading Big Girl Room!
Hi, everyone! Today is going to be a quick post about how I (sometimes) can get my toddler to clean up, especially if it’s something with a lot of pieces. She’s two, so she gets overwhelmed very easily with a lot of choices when it comes to toys. She loves blocks though, and of course… Continue reading “The Color Game:” How my Toddler Picks Up Her Toys
Hey everyone! My last post was about the glorious “terrible twos,” and this one is about another one that every mom goes through: potty training. Not only am I going to talk about my current experience with it, but also another fabulous side effect of it: sleep regression. When they’re babies and learning new skills like crawling,… Continue reading Potty Training and Sleep Regression: Are They Related?
Hey everyone! It’s been a little while since I’ve done a mommy rant, so here comes one I know pretty much ALL moms know all too well: the terrible twos. My little one has always been active (I blame the fact that I had to chase 2-3 year olds all day and could not do… Continue reading Mommy Rant: The “Terrible Twos”
It seems that in recent years, all anyone is concerned with is the ability of children to read at an early age. How many commercials have you seen for baby reading programs? Forcing kids to read is only going to make them hate reading. I truly feel that this is why many adults end up… Continue reading Fostering Literacy Skills: My Tips for Getting Your Kid to Love Reading
Hi, everyone! Today is more of a rant-y post, so feel free to skip this one if you’re not in the mood. Everyone (including myself, of course) is just full of advice. No one’s situation is the same, and apparently mine is more unique than most, considering what I’ve read online. Here are a few… Continue reading Searching for Sanity: The Most Unhelpful Advice (for me) for being a Productive Stay at Home Mom