My sweet child made it through surgery and they called her textbook. Very good. It was a very weird thing, holding your baby with the gas mask, watching her drift to sleep in your arms, and handing her over to a bunch of strangers to cut part of her throat out. I know, that’s dramatic. … More Post-Op and Mom Power
It’s been a hot minute since I posted last. I have been so caught up in things and when I have the time to write, I don’t. Actually, I have taken up another hobby and will talk about that later. Tomorrow, my baby has surgery. Sigh. I’m being slightly dramatic, but only slightly. She’s … More Surgery
Sleep deprivation is real torture. It is one of the biggest topics/most frequently asked and googled thing – how to get more sleep with a baby. It’s not common for babies to sleep through the night. Sleep training is bad and terrible on brain development. After extensive research, I have never found it to be … More My Child Finally Slept Through the Night
This is something I rarely get. But as it is, I happen to have some now. My baby is sleeping and I have no work from which I am procrastinating. My hubs hasn’t quite returned home from work, and the baby will be up soon – too soon for me to enjoy a nap. I … More Down Time
If you would have asked me in my 20s what my thoughts on breastfeeding beyond infancy was concerned, I would have mouthed off about how inappropriate it was, and some other such nonsense. I never would have guessed that I would find myself doing just that. It’s simply so taboo in our society, and it’s … More Breastfeeding a toddler and other fun stuff.
What can you do in one hour? … More All of the things you can fit in an hour.
To prove that it’s never ending, I am attempting to prepare lunch, watch the toddler, and type this, while figuring out how to set up this blog. I will stop for a minute, prevent the baby from ripping pages out of the book, run to the stove and stir the pasta, come back, read what … More First Post