It’s been a quiet December on the blog-front, because… well… when you’re a parent, Christmas is a lot of WORK! I mean, of course I enjoyed it! (I don’t want to sound like I’m in a huff. LOL). It’s a privilege to impart that Christmas magic to my daughter! To
My husband has this thing he likes to say, in a cheerful voice, accompanied by an uber-fake smile and a thumbs up. He says: “My hopes are high, and my expectations are low!” LOL. Usually it makes me laugh. But not always. Because my expectations are high. Like. Reeeal high.
K, raise your hand if you have ever known someone who *liked* to do laundry. Anyone? Any takers? …*crickets chirping, as NO ONE raises a hand* … …Well, I HAVE. YUP! Ding-ding-ding! It’s… My Mom!!! Haha, I’m being dramatic. I actually love that my Mom likes doing laundry. In fact,
Violet has recently become interested in picking her own outfits, and it’s been so delightful watching her color and style preferences emerge! (If you’re interested in seeing our clothes setup that promotes independence, I wrote a blog post about it here!) Anyways, a few weeks ago, she was very keen
Today, I just wanna keep things simple and joyful and share a simple oatmeal recipe I made up! With a little tweaking and a lot of love, it’s become Violet’s favorite comfort food. It’s our go-to breakfast or lunch when she’s teething or feeling under-the-weather (and I love that oatmeal
I am excited to share our new diapering station and clothes storage system for Violet! Around 11-months-old, she became very frustrated with our changing table, rolling and lunging and basically scaring the sh*t out of me, so I decided to: 1. move diapering to the floor where she could be