The Montessori Bedroom for the Independent Toddler

Logan’s new room is all about simplicity and accessibility. My main goal was for him to be able to direct where he goes, and why. I also wanted a space where he didn’t have to constantly hear the word “no.” Obviously throughout our house there are many places where Logan can’t have access to cabinets and draws, but his room shouldn’t be one of them. The main snag I hit when putting the room together […]

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Sleep Training: For the honest parent who has absolutely no idea how to get their kid sleeping thru the night.

Logan has NEVER slept an entire night in his own bed. Ever. He will be two at the end of June. Some of you may remember my post about co-sleeping, something I didn’t intend to do, fell in love with, and have continued to do to this very day. Even when he sleeps in our bed, he doesn’t sleep thru the night. There are a few reasons for this; firstly, he still breastfeeds and wants […]

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Life with a High Needs Baby (And Why I’m Not Okay with CIO)

I worked with kids a lot. When I was a teenager, I taught Vacation Bible School. My first job was in an elementary school and so was my second. I have worked with all ages and with a variety of disabilities. I had the patience and I loved my students, so I always figured I’d make a good mom. My last job before I became pregnant was in a daycare. I remember sitting in the […]

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