Tag Archives: motherhood

Toddlers + sleep (a parenting/life update)

You know how you have those weeks when parenting seems easy easier because your kids are sleeping and eating and not whining (much) and things are falling into place and you almost think about having another kid because you finally have your … Continue reading

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Thoughts + tips on weaning from breastfeeding

All of a sudden I’m done breastfeeding. I can hardly believe it! I nursed Clara for 18 months (the last 6 months of that time was just at night and in the morning) and I thought I would go that … Continue reading

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Why It’s Important to Celebrate Moms

I hope everyone had a wonderful Mother’s Day this past weekend! Whether you’re a mom or you have a mom or you have a lot of mom friends, I hope you found meaning in the day and were able to … Continue reading

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Potty Training A Two Year Old

*Warning: This post is all about potty training and has words like ‘pee’ and ‘poop’ in it, which I personally never thought I’d blog about, but here I am, all mom-like, blogging about bodily functions. Sigh.* If you’ve been reading … Continue reading

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21 months apart… 10 months in.

A little under a year ago I wrote this post on having two kids under two years old. After re-reading the post, I can say that I’m very, very happy I’m not in the newborn phase anymore. Isabelle didn’t make my … Continue reading

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