• Motherhood,  Tips

    Transition Baby to Their Own Room Smoothly with these 5 Tips

    Recently, my little family decided it was time to transition baby to his own room and for Mommy and Daddy to have our own space again. This was a decision we made that took some time to execute. Honestly, it was hard for me to come to terms with letting go of the reins and letting our baby have his own space. After all, my son is now 14 months old and would most definitely benefit from having his own room. The baby clothes are just taking over! Considerations to Transition Baby to Their Own Room To preface a little, we were living in a space where my husband and…

  • Motherhood,  Tips

    19 Goals for Moms to Follow in 2019

    Being a mom is such a special gift. The joy of raising a tiny human into their own person and the amount of things you learn about yourself while being their mom is truly life changing. But, let’s be real, it a hard job! As much as I fantasize about the perfect day frolicking through the flowers while my son giggles and smiles, that’s not what everyday motherhood entails. Some days are messy. Some days are a disaster. Some days are just too hard. But we get through it and we make it work; it might not be a pretty picture everyday, but it’s a picture nonetheless. I have officially…

  • Baby,  Tips

    Remedies for Babies with a Cold: Help Your Baby Feel Better

    Having a cold at any time of the year is tough. However, when your baby has a cold, now that is a different story! Suddenly, you’re willing to pray to anyone who can give you the sickness instead so that their suffering ends. You’re also willing to try all remedies for babies to help your little one feel better faster. Recently, my 10-month-old son had back-to-back colds and when I tell you I was exhausted, I truly meant EXHAUSTED. It started out with just teething symptoms like extra drool and extra snot plus the fussiness of the discomfort. Then it escalated to slight fevers, more discomfort, not sleeping, a nasty…