Craniosynostosis Awareness & Acceptance Month & Why It Matters to Me

“Do you see it?” My husband was the first to really notice around our daughter’s 9 month-day. I immediately began to feel defensive. Afterall, I’m their primary caregiver & the one who gave them life. If anyone should notice a problem, it should’ve been me, their mom. But I didn’t, or didn’t want to, and it took me a few weeks before I finally saw what he saw. Our daughter’s head was sloping in around […]

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Remember that time…with Milestone Baby Cards

*I received this product free for review, but all opinions expressed are my own.* For the most part, I’ve done a great job at keeping on top of baby K’s monthly photo and update. On the other hand, I have not done so awesome at keeping her first activities documented. I have photos scatteted across various devices, but nothing is organized. When our Milestone Baby Activity Cards arrived, I realized how many activities she had already done […]

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There is No Spoon! ((NumNum Inc Review))

We’re doing this introducing solids thing totally different for baby #2! Besides her temperament being completely different from big brother since she doesn’t have acid reflux and has a huge interest in eating, we’re also not using traditional spoons. I’ve had my eye on NumNum GOOtensils for awhile now and I’m so glad for the opportunity to work with them because I think they are perfect for new eaters.  The silicone makes them great for […]

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How to Survive Teething (As Best As You Can)

Logan will be a year old on June 27. He already has 8 teeth and from what I can tell is working on more. Teething for us started early and manifested with tears, screaming, no sleeping, biting, and lots & lots of drooling! It’s been brutal. If I can remember back to those sleep deprived days, I think Logan starting getting his first tooth (Teeth! He got two at once! *sigh*) at two months old. […]

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Mandatory Tummy Time (And Why I Think It’s The Absolute Worst!)

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, mandatory tummy time is awful! When you have a high needs baby who needs to be held to feel secure and you lay them on the floor to promote them rolling over the screams are blood curdling. As a first-time mom, I took what our pediatrician said to heart. After awhile though, I couldn’t stand to listen to the screams. They were terrible! Not only did […]

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