Inside: Discover the best tips on how to prepare a toddler for a new baby. Before baby # 2 arrives, you will want your first child to feel ready to welcome their sibling. These simple tips can help make the process much easier! Things have been so busy around here lately (blog & home) that I haven’t been able to share some exciting news. I’m pregnant!
Still trying to figure out how to treat postpartum acne? You’re not alone. I’ve been there! And postpartum acne can be extremely stubborn. Read on to find out how I got rid of mine for good. If you’ve struggled with problematic skin for pretty much your whole life, I feel you. I have been there and back. I was totally that awkward kid in middle
Inexpensive Toys? And they can help develop fine motor skills? And get a toddler to play independently? You had me at inexpensive…or was it independent play?? [featured photo credit: https://www.woodenearth.com/] I’ve got to be honest. Harper is not big on toys. I know, the title of this post promises toys! But if we’re being real, she would rather play with an empty oatmeal container and
When your little was born did you follow the ‘no baby wipes for 2 weeks rule?’ Call us crazy, but we totally did. Harper, like most babies, was/is a prolific pooper. Every time she did her thing, we cleaned her up with warm water and these washcloths. I am definitely a believer in preserving a newborn’s natural oils and keeping what comes into contact with
As it has already been established, our little one is, for lack of a better term, a nonstop poop factory. There were days when Eric would come home from work only to find a stack of 15 cloth diapers piled high on the bathroom counter. At one point I eventually gave up on trying to spray them each time and just left them all for