31 Christmas Outfits for Your Baby’s First Christmas!

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ManFlu VS MomFlu

When a man is sick, they call it #MANFLU All of a sudden, he is incapable of functioning and reverts back to a child who needs nurturing and petting. He needs you to make him hot soup and wait on him with meds, socks, blankets and the tv remote. He does that ‘ferris-bueller’ style *coughcough* …

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Family Menu Meal Planner

Now that I am back at work, I have started to think about the logistics actually involved with running a household and working. One thing that I used to always struggle with (before kids) was planning out the week’s meals. Related: Anxiety About Going Back to Work After Maternity Leave Meal prepping (or at least …

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Anxiety About Going Back To Work After Maternity Leave

Lately I have been riddled with anxiety. You see, I am going back to work this month after spending 8 months on maternity leave, 7 with my amazing son. I’m anxious because it will be a huge adjustment going back to the corporate world, leaving my son for 2 days a week with his nana, …

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30 Mom Quotes to Inspire and Motivate Every Mama

Motherhood is one of the most empowering, difficult and most joyous events in a woman’s life. Birthing and bringing into this world a new soul, nourishing and providing for this tiny person, putting them and their needs above all else, even your own wishes and desires. And yet, feeling absolutely devoted to the task. Tired, …

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Quitting Breastfeeding With No Complications

When it was time to give up breastfeeding completely, I pictured a painful experience of engorged breasts, mastitis and a baby who was NOT happy about the change. Never did I think that I would be able to quit breastfeeding without complications. I’ve come out on the other end of this journey to tell you …

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Travelling to Bali With an Infant

Jaxon’s first jet-setting experience was to Bali Indonesia at the tender age of 4.5 months. In fact, he turned 5 months halfway through the holiday. So what is travelling to Bali with an infant really like? Disclaimer: Some links provided in this blog are affiliate links. I may be paid a small commission if you …

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30 Things Before Turning 30

Tomorrow is my 29th birthday. Yikes! And so, I begin the countdown of 365 days until I exit the party which is my 20s and enter the next faze of my life, my 30s! I have decided to go out of my 20s with a bang and set myself a challenge. 30 things before 30. …

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Breast Feeding For The Last Time – A Letter To My Son

Time To Marie Kondo My Body This morning I cut you off from the bar, kid. I didn’t know last night that I was going to get up and make this decision. I didn’t know when I woke up to your coos in the other room, or as I stumbled on your daddy’s slippers as …

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Why I Have No Shame Putting My Baby In Front Of The Television

…While I Get Sh*t Done The first time I realized that Jaxon is particularly familiar with television was during his first trip to the doctors for his vaccinations. We were in the waiting room and I looked down at him in the capsule to find him cranking his neck to watch the TV on the …

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