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Another post about (toddler) sleep.

Once upon a time I thought that my girls would (both!) certainly be sleeping through the night after the first year of Isabelle’s life. HA. Now she’s 2 years old and is still waking up in the middle of the … Continue reading

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The girls are now sharing a room!

Well, it happened again. As Tim and I were lying in bed one morning, we saw Isabelle just walking around the hallway. Which shouldn’t happen, since she’s in a crib. Or at least she was supposed to be in a … Continue reading

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Traveling Across the Country With Toddlers (a survival story)

Well. We made it. I mean, we made it like 2 weeks ago. You could say that I’m a little behind on blogging and also that it’s taken me this long to process the chaos that was our trip. If … Continue reading

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Toddlers + Vaccinations + Communication

One of the parental tasks that is never fun is taking kids in for vaccinations. I never know what to expect when I go in. Isabelle (21 months old) has been the easiest kid lately, and has barely even blinked … Continue reading

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How I Survive Solo Parenting

If there’s one thing I really, really love about Tim, it’s that he’s an excellent co-parent. He helps me a lot with the girls and is very supportive of me and my role as a stay at home mom. But sometimes … Continue reading

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