What To Do When You Get Tired Of Staring At Your Baby- WeeSchool

I took my first baby to baby classes 3 times a week until he was 2. I learned developmentally appropriate songs to sing to him and games to play with him, and I had someone who was trained in child development there to tell me what milestones to look for as he grew. Yeah, um… I have no time for such things now with baby #4. I also can’t remember most of those songs and games, and couldn’t reallyView full post »

Don’t Feel Supported By Your OBGYN Or Midwife? Leave

My very first OBGYN’s office was lined with framed magazine pages and plaques. The Best Of The Best! Top 10 Best OBGYNs! Another Important Award! I can’t remember exactly how I chose this office, but I do remember feeling really proud of (smug about) that choice when I saw all these accolades at my first visit. When I was 20 weeks pregnant, I sat in the award-winning OBGYNs office,View full post »

Playgroup Week 4: Shake Off The Mom Frump

That Facebook Live Playgroup thing I wanted to do? Well, I’m doing it! And I’ve been doing it for the last 3 weeks, which is about 2 weeks more than I ever commit to most things. 2017 is looking like The Year Of Adulting for me. If you haven’t had a chance to pop in, you can always catch up by watching the FB live episodes on my FB page. I’m also going to embed the lastView full post »

Selective Memories- Can I Please Choose Them?

The following photo is not intended to make you feel inadequate about what you did or didn’t do for your family on Valentines Day: I went a little nuts, but I’ll explain why in a bit. Valentines Day dinner was made up of the foods the kids told me they “love”- mac & cheese for Leyna & Lowell, cranberry sauce for Kendall, bacon for, well, everyone. I did try toView full post »

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