Transportation is a beast unto itself when you start adding additional babes into the mix. Even going from 1-2 kids can throw a wrench into the transportation game, let alone parenting three kids, if you’re used to having one parent sit comfortably in the back seat with the baby. Whether your main mode of transportation … Read More

I have a deep love for Amazon Prime.  We live in the city with two small kids and no car, so the thought of dragging them to Target or any store gives me heart palpitations.  I don’t think I could parent without Amazon Prime. But, it’s also a love hate relationship, because there can be so.many.choices on … Read More

Before the arrival of my second baby boy, I thought I had this Momin’ thing in the (diaper) bag, but boy did I learn the hard way in the first several weeks, ok fine – months, that I needed a little work. With moments like bringing my infant into his doctor’s office in just a … Read More

I cannot begin to tell you the amount of times I get asked the question- “so, was it SO crazy going from two to three kids?!” I usually give a slight laugh and then will quickly respond with the same sentence every time. “Actually, going from one to two was so much more of a … Read More

With the short days and freezing temperatures, it’s easy to feel the February blues. But, having a tidy home can actually cheer us up and make us feel happier and more comfortable. Seeing clutter in your home has a negative effect on your brain and emotional well being. It makes us feel tired just looking at it. Being … Read More

Nearly all breastfeeding mothers worry about their milk supply and whether or not their baby is getting enough. Statistics tells us that one of the main reasons for early weaning is a mother’s fear of insufficient supply. It is very rare for a mother to not be able to produce milk for her baby at … Read More

Breastfeeding CAN hurt…but it shouldn’t At the beginning, when you and your baby are learning to breastfeed, it can sometimes be a little uncomfortable. This is when you want to ask for help. When breastfeeding is painful, it typically means that something isn’t right with positioning, latch, engorgement – or even sometimes water retention or swelling. … Read More