Now that the chaos has died down and my house is cleaned up (for the most part; we still have a semi-deflated balloon arch hanging on the porch and unopened toys strewn around the house) it is time to share the inspiration behind Hank’s golf-themed first birthday party! The golf theme came courtesy of my… Continue reading Hole in ONE first birthday par-tee!
This post is the first in one of what I can only assume will be multi-part series I have dubbed “The Potty Training Diaries”, and is for all of you potty training veterans; especially those who have potty-trained multiples before. I am at my wits end with my 2 and 3/4-year-old twin girls. Here is… Continue reading Potty Training Diaries: Send Help!
We took the twins to their first movie this past weekend, as it was something to do on a rain-filled Memorial Day Weekend Sunday. I had been looking forward to this adventure since I first got pregnant, and it actually went better than than I thought (Nick would probably tell you otherwise); although we did… Continue reading 10 Tips For Taking Toddlers To the Movies
I often consider myself as having three jobs. My first job is obviously being a mom. My second is my real world big girl job (I am in communications and IT at a public university, if you were wondering). My third job is pumping and breastfeeding! Man oh man pumping, especially when working full-time, takes… Continue reading Pumping and working
I love Easter for many reasons. First, being that the weather is usually starting to warm up. I also love all the activities that come along with Easter; like going to church, visiting the Easter Bunny, coloring Easter eggs, parades and egg hunts! I also really love candy. But what I love most of all… Continue reading Easter basket ideas for infants and toddlers
High chair activities are a one of my favorite mom hacks. They are, in my opinion, nothing short of genius. High chair activities are exactly what they sound like - activities your infant/toddler can enjoy while strapped into that multipurpose chair. The beauty of high chair activities can be summed up by these three perks:… Continue reading High Chair Activities
Make your own purées? Who has time for that?! No sane parent would take on that task amidst all of the other things like – work, taking care of their children, cleaning, laundry, shopping, appointments, extracurricular, etc. – right? If that’s what you thought when stumbled across this post, know that you are not alone. In fact,… Continue reading Purée All Day
Feeding your infant solids for the first time is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming, especially for first time parents. Lingering worries of allergies, choking and if your child is physically ready can be daunting. But I am here to tell you that with the proper education, preparation and attitude, feeding your little… Continue reading Fun with food!
Hank Jeffrey Cranston entered this world on August 20, 2019 weighing 7 lbs. 8 oz. and measuring 21 inches long. A week later we would come to find out he was only 19 inches long; but that’s a story for another time. My C-section went great and baby boy was as healthy as could be.… Continue reading How I survived having 3 under 2
You know that beautiful, shiny, luscious hair you get during pregnancy? Well, it’s all down the drain now; literally. At around 4.5 months postpartum my once average-thick hair began falling out by the handful. In the shower, in bed, at the gym, at my desk, in my son’s diaper – you name it! HAIR EVERYWHERE… Continue reading Postpartum Hair Loss