There’s a Reason Motherly Instinct Exists

There's just something about stereotypes that are so ... true. For better or worse, whether we feel guilty about admitting it or not, stereotypes exist for a reason. They were coined because of a prevailing trend, and they typically continue to be proven. My favorite stereotype is that "mother knows best" because she has that "motherly … Continue reading There’s a Reason Motherly Instinct Exists

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How to Survive Your Child’s First Day at Pre-K

Big milestone today: Toddler is beginning preschool! Technically it's pre-preschool, but we're ramping up to full-day kindergarten slowly. We've been busy for the last week, so I really haven't had time to process what emotions I'll have once I'm home with Baby and Toddler is ten miles away at preschool. I'm sure I'll miss her. My … Continue reading How to Survive Your Child’s First Day at Pre-K

Top 5 Things to Fist Pump When Breastfeeding’s Done (And a Few Things to Cry About)

Baby is 11 months old now (!!!!!!), and all that means to me is she getting soooo close to that 12m mark - my goal for breastfeeding. In all reality, I'll be nursing her beyond that mark, since we're currently at 4 nursings and I also nurse her before her afternoon nap. No way we'll be … Continue reading Top 5 Things to Fist Pump When Breastfeeding’s Done (And a Few Things to Cry About)