If you ever walk into my house, you won’t find a perfect picture. You’ll walk into a scene filled with toys lying all over the living room floor, some spillage stains on the tiles, laundry baskets full of folded up clothes under the stairs, our homeschool activities lying all over the kitchen table and a…… Continue reading Having Kids Means Having a Messy House
I remember when I was a few months pregnant with Gremlin, I started worrying about how I would manage two kids, a career and a household (and Hubby Byren of course). How was I going to attend to two kids at the same time? Sure, Monster was already semi-independent but he still needed my help…… Continue reading 9 Ways Older Siblings Can Help with a New Baby
Today has been a day of mixed emotions. Relief from finally having answers and anger from the answers we got. We took Monster to a Play Therapist this morning. As he isn’t good with new people and environments, I was worried about how he would manage the session without looking for us or trying to…… Continue reading Today, We are Grateful..
I used to make New Year’s Resolutions… Up until the point that I realised that I was wasting paper and ink writing things down that I was never getting around to doing. Sounds familiar, right? So I made resolutions at the end of 2015 for 2016… And I don’t even remember what I had jotted…… Continue reading New Years Resolutions I Wish My Kids Would Make
The first time we took Monster on a vacation with us, he was only six months old. We didn’t need to travel by plane, but we did have a five hour long drive in the car before we reached our destination. All the way I was worried if I had packed everything I need and…… Continue reading What to Pack for a Vacation with a Baby
Yip, one of things I said I’d never be able to do, I’m doing. On the bright side; the boys are alive, I’m alive and still sane (sort of). This is a whole new ball game for me. I’m used to sitting behind a desk in an office, having adult conversations and having almost no…… Continue reading I’m now Officially a Stay at Home Mom
Before our Monster was born, I did a lot of research. I read a lot of articles online, I read books, pamphlets and even watched a few documentaries online. I also received a lot of advice from other parents; things that worked for them, things that didn’t, best products, worst products, rules around breastfeeding and…… Continue reading 14 Tips for First-Time Moms