Self Care. As mothers, we hear those words a lot. Everywhere I turn I see a new post offering tips for fitting self-care time into your schedule, ideas on different self-care activities, and reasons why self-care is so important. This is probably going to raise some brows, but, I actually think the underlying tone of … Continue reading The Truth About Self Care
Before my daughter was my born my husband and I both decided that we did not want to have a playroom filled with meaningless toys. We didn't want a whole bunch of fancy, noisy, gadgets that would only be played with for minutes before being tossed aside for something new. We wanted to encourage our … Continue reading 3 Ways to Encourage Your Baby Towards Intentional Play
I have always known babies were such wonderful beings. The way they laugh so quickly and smile so often at the simplest of things. The way their tiny hands grip our own. When my daughter was born she took my breath away. Little did I know how truly and innocently incredible each dear new life … Continue reading 6 Things We Can Learn From Our Babies
Last Thursday I received a message from another sweet blogging Mama, Jenny, from Raising Boys With Books. Please take a second to click here and check out her blog. She is "A mom who aims to raise kind, caring, courageous boys," and shares about "the books that help her get there". I absolutely adore her … Continue reading And My Liebster Award Nominee Is . . .
Last week we went over a list of things that you will actually need for your new baby. If you missed it, you will be able to find it here. We touched on the absolute necessities for raising a baby and found out that newborns do not need a whole lot to keep them happy. … Continue reading The 9 Baby Items New Moms Want
This post contains NO affiliate links. Just some links to some of the things we have used for Little-bit. We've all seen those lists. 25 Must-Have Items for Baby Detailed List of Baby Necessities What To Buy For Your Baby And all the likes. These lists are filled with items listed as life-savers and absolute necessities. Items … Continue reading A Bare Bones List of What Your Baby Actually Needs
I've been the one who didn't know what to say to a dear friend who had recently lost a loved one. Time has taught me.
February is drawing to a close. Already the second month of this New Year has slipped by, swiftly and quietly. Seeing the calendar hanging in my kitchen when I walk by gives me a double take! It's already the last day of February?! How? Since we're already two months into this year, I thought I'd ask … Continue reading 2018 Goals Getting The Best Of You Already?
I know the feeling. An endless list of random things that must be cleaned, put away, made. Dishes that are always dirty, bills that always have to be paid, laundry that always needs folding, floors that never seem to stay clean, and little sticky faces, framed with ever dirty, messy hair. The end of the … Continue reading Are You Overlooking the Most Important Part of Motherhood?
I've noticed something lately, and perhaps you have too. Negativity. Can't you just feel it everywhere? You probably do not have the same experience as I do, but I am sure you have felt this to at least some extent. It seems that we as people, especially mothers, tend to compare ourselves to others. We … Continue reading That Negative Thing We Do When We Feel Insecure