When I first had Levi I was taught not to “feed him to sleep”. If I did that, I would create a baby who was dependent on me. …Kind of
I hope you’ve enjoyed the Babywearing Series this week on the Memos! Here’s a recap if you missed anything: Are you a Babywearing Mama? The Moby Wrap The Peanut Shell &
I’ve had lots of emails and questions and conversations lately about our amber teething necklaces for the boys, so I thought it might be time for another post about them.
Everything you need to know about traveling with a baby. Guest post by Rachel, Wokabout My little family has almost made a career out of travel. Jason and I have
This kid: He made 2011 so amazing. Makes me wonder how it can get better in 2012. I spent New Years Eve writing his birth story… and oh. my. goodness.
Friends, it’s been quite the year. I celebrated my first year of motherhood. I watches as my baby morphed into a toddler. I lived through a category five cyclone and
Ha. Ha. I wouldn’t say that “two under two” is easy… but truth be told, it’s not as hard as I thought it would be. Sure, there are days now
I have a two-month-old. I also had a two-month-old a year-and-a-half ago. That’s really not so long ago, so why then is it so easy to forget how amazing little
Where do you stand on the controversial parenting issue of co-cleeping? When I first became a parent it never even occurred to me that I might share a bed with