Posted by Lacy Stroessner
I’m nearly 10 months into being a mom of 3. And I’ve got to say, it has taken some getting used to. With your first baby, everything is new and different, but totally wonderful. When your second comes along, you learn to juggle a bit and get used to meeting the needs of 2 tiny humans. But when your third is born? It’s survival. You don’t have enough hands or eyes. Sleep becomes a fond memory of the past. As hard and exhausting as it all is, 3 kids has been amazing. Here are 5 reasons I love being a mom of 3…
Posted by Alicia Gibbs
My baby girl is only 4. I am nowhere near done raising her, but those first two years of parenting flew by right before my eyes. I did my best to enjoy her, but between working full-time, a long commute, and the monotony of day-to-day routines, I feel that I missed out on some moments or didn’t fully take them all in.
I was either rushing, preoccupied, or tired, and didn’t experience her as a baby as much as I would have liked. I also realize looking back how much of her I expected. Since she was in daycare by 3 months old, she learned a lot, became independent, and I like to think she’s just overall been a bright child, because of that I think there were moments I didn’t always let her be her age. Something I learned as a first-time mom and try to correct with my son.
I am truly enjoying being at home with him. The best part of my day is when he wakes up in the morning and gives me that adorable little smile, melts my heart every time. Because i am no longer stressed with the hustle and bustle, and demands and pressure of an employer, I am able to appreciate simple pleasures like those, among others….
Posted by Tiffany Thornton
I officially have two solid food eaters in my house now! Bentley is ten months old and we are trying to wean him from his bottle. He is now only having 2-3 bottles a day, and eats all meals with us.
So you can imagine our excitement when we received some new mealtime items in the mail from Disney Baby. Our boys already love using them. Click here to find out more!
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
Macks has been teething what seems like non-stop lately. Along with the drool that comes with teething, he’s also fussy which means that he’s in a bit of pain. Seeing my litle one not feeling well gives me such heartache, so naturally I am trying to do whatever I can to ease some of the pain.
There are several things that I’ve heard of to help ease some of the teething pain and everything is different for each child, but we’ve found one thing that is not only effective for Macks, but also brings him comfort no matter where we are.
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
With two little ones in school, Macks at home with me all day, and trying to manage a full time job from home, I am always looking for ways that I can make things easier on me throughout the day. Our schedule is pretty concrete, so I try to stick to that to make our day go more smooth, but there are also more things that I do to make my life as a mom easier.