To The Mom Who Doesn’t Feel Beautiful

With Mothers Day just a few days away, I find myself doing what most mothers do probably a million times a day: Looking at my children in awe, amazed that my body created these two tiny life forces that I get the pleasure of holding every day. Followed by the unenthusiastic afterthought: Oh, right. My … Continue reading To The Mom Who Doesn’t Feel Beautiful

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Cloth Diapering: An Honest Moms Opinion

I may have mentioned before that I'm doing things a little differently with Monkey than I did with Livy. For example, we started the floor bed at a much earlier time, I'm breastfeeding and quite possibly the biggest change is that of cloth diapering. I'll say it right now, Monkey was not a planned baby. … Continue reading Cloth Diapering: An Honest Moms Opinion

Get to Know Me Tag

Hey y'all! I've had my blog for two years! It's such a crazy thing to think one day I just decided to start a blog and here I am two years later. I'll admit, it is not my main focus in life and there were times when I slipped up and put it on the … Continue reading Get to Know Me Tag

Crockpot Spaghetti Sauce

Hey y'all! The upper East Coast is about to get hit with yet another snow storm, and I am sick of it. Why can't the snow go away? Why does mother nature tease me with little blades of grass peeking out from under the melting snow, only to dump eight more inches of snow on … Continue reading Crockpot Spaghetti Sauce

Toddler Baking: Granny’s Egg Noodles

My Granny Hunt is an amazing cook. I know most everyone makes that statement, and it's usually always true! Grandmas are the best, there's something about their home cooking that just warms you right down to your soul. One time, Granny made two 18qt slow cookers worth of her homemade chicken noodle soup for the … Continue reading Toddler Baking: Granny’s Egg Noodles

How to Get Through the Early Weeks of Breastfeeding

There I was, post-op from my scheduled C-Section, still couldn't move my legs, and I hear "lets feed baby!" Yes. Lets do this. I didn't breastfeed my oldest, I let my milk dry up and did the formula route. This time, I felt confident to give breastfeeding a try. I was determined to make it … Continue reading How to Get Through the Early Weeks of Breastfeeding

Montessori Floor Bed: Pros and Cons

Hey y'all! Monkey just turned three months old, she's rolling from belly to back, smiles and giggles non stop and has everyone swooning over those dimples! As I mentioned here, we started the floor bed with Livy a little later at about 10 months. There was no real rhyme or reason for it, it's simply … Continue reading Montessori Floor Bed: Pros and Cons

A Letter From an INFJ

Hey, there. I took a personality test and the results were not to my surprise at all. I was an INFJ. Introverted Intuition Feeling Judging These are, essentially, the four umbrella words I fall under as a person. We all have four. Some are extroverts, thinkers or perceive more than others. Obviously I am none … Continue reading A Letter From an INFJ

Montessori the Inexpensive Way

I am not made of money.   It's a truth I must reiterate to my three-year-old, and honestly one I need to remind myself. I would love nothing more than to have an elaborate setup of all things Montessori for Livy to indulge in, but I also need to face the music and realize most … Continue reading Montessori the Inexpensive Way