As my daughter gets older, I’m discovering more and more screen free activities for toddlers! I wrote one of these posts several months ago of screen free activities for younger toddlers. I also explained my personal reasons for needing a break from the screens in our home.
Baby J is only 6 months old and he has a cold or cold related symptoms at least 4 times! Because E was rarely ever sick, I can remember initially thinking “oh no, this is my baby’s first cold, what do I do?” Now, I feel pretty knowledgeable and most importantly, level headed when it comes to all things cold related! Since it’s cold and flu season, I figured I’d share!
Baby J started eating solid foods a few weeks ago! First of all, can we please talk about how fast time is going?! Didn’t I just have this baby yesterday? Starting solid foods is one of my favorite milestones as a mother. I love watching their little faces as they explore one of the best parts of living: FOOD! With the joy of new foods comes the reality of new variations of poop! Call it TMI if you want but all seasoned mothers know this to be true. Immediately at the onset of his new poops, Baby J sadly began to show signs of diaper rash too!
Because this isn’t my first rodeo, I knew exactly what to do to prevent and relieve his diaper rash symptoms. In this post, I’m going to share those 4 easy tips!
I’ve been meaning to bust this post out sooner because a few people have asked me about the snacks that E eats. We don’t always pick the “healthiest” options but I think we’ve picked things that are pretty close to it! So let’s dig in and learn more about what we think are the best toddler snacks!
First off, I want to say a huge thank you to Covered Goods for providing me and Baby J with an awesome nursing cover. Second, I want to thank you for reading and supporting the brands that support my blog!
Breastfeeding in public can be an anxious event! With Baby E, it definitely was for me. The first time that we went out, just the two of us, I went and hid in the restroom when it was time to nurse her. Not because I was ashamed, I was honestly just nervous. I was nervous of being judged or being told that I couldn’t do it in that moment. I was a first time mom still learning to navigate all of the ins and outs of motherhood. Now, with Baby J, I still feel nerves when I had to nurse him publicly but way more confidence than 2 years ago. Today, I want to share what has helped me feel confident and in control when breastfeeding in public.