Yes, the day has finally come that she has been waiting for! Not sure if anyone else has been waiting for it, but she sure is excited! My 7 year old daughter finally has her own YouTube Channel! Or as she would
*This post contains affiliate links. We FINALLY got to celebrate my baby girl’s birthday last Saturday (two weeks later…thanks corona) + it was the perfect little celebration for my girl. Ok, perfect might be a stretch considering the thunder + lightning that
Staying organized comes natural to me, but I know for a lot of people, it doesn’t. So I’ve compiled a list of my best tips for staying organized as a busy mom of littles. These are easy to implement + once you get in the habit, it will become effortless.
Anyone else wonder if it was this easy for every parent to leave the hospital with a baby? Surely there’s a screening process, a written test, an on the job test + they should really send at least one (maybe two) nurses home with you for at least one (maybe two) weeks until you get the hang of it, right?
So the big day is coming soon, and you are starting to wonder what you should pack to take to the hospital. There are so many lists out there from moms telling you what you need to pack. Most of them have nine hundred seventy-seven items on them. I’m here to tell you–you don’t need all that junk.
When you’re working 40+ hours a week & have a commute, it can feel like you only see your kids on the weekends. Plus it’s a hassle to have to request time off when your kid has a special performance or event at their school. You feel very restricted with your schedule when you have to be at an office everyday from 9-5.
my kids are my life, and pretty much everything i do revolves around them. however, i’m a firm believer that you have to take care of yourself first & you have to have your own life outside of being a mother.
i promise your kid is not going to remember all the parenting trends you tried. but they will remember how much love you showed them.