Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Every day, we have our routine of waking up and preparing for the day. Brushing teeth, breakfast, making beds, finding a missing shoe; every day it’s the same thing. I do what I can to get the girls ready for their day at school, then send them on their way. Once they’re out the door, a new routine begins with my two little ones. Breakfast clean up, changing their clothes, and a quick tidy up of the house before I plop down on the couch to nurse Amani. All morning it’s “go, go, go” to get everything and everyone ready for the day.
But there’s one daily routine that reminds me to stop and savor the bond growing between my daughters.
Posted by Kristel Acevedo
When I was pregnant with my first child, I don’t think I realized that gender reveal parties were a thing. I thought people just went to the ultrasound place, found out the sex of the baby, and then called everyone to inform them. So that’s exactly what we did.
We were so excited when the technician finally said the words, “It’s a boy!” We had a name picked out and were ready to go. We called our parents as soon as we left the office and, of course, posted about it on the internet.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
When I found out I was pregnant with Macks, I was so excited that I was going to have the opportunity the buy an entire new wardrobe for him. Since I had been a mom to two girls, Avery, my youngest daughter, still gets many of the clothes that her older sister wore. While I still like to add clothes to her wardrobe, much of it is stuff that her sister has worn.
Posted by Savannah Wallace
Little buddy is 10 months old! He has turned into such a big boy. Sometimes I look at him playing with his toys or exploring his books, and I think he looks so much like a toddler now. It both tugs at my heart and fills me with so much joy.
Here are some fun facts about Soren at 10 months!
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
We all know how busy Thanksgiving Day can get, especially when you are a mommy! And the last thing you want to do on a holiday is spend all of your day cleaning.
Here are some items that can help you keep your babies as mess-free as possible, not just on Thanksgiving, but any day of the year.