Operation Sleep-Train Part TWO : How We Did It!

So now that you all know my feelings on sleep-training and why we felt it was best for us, I'm going to get right into the nitty-gritty of the HOW! If you missed my post yesterday you can catch up here first. IN A NUTSHELL After what seemed like months of Hunter...

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Operation Sleep-Train | PART ONE

I have three children, and so I speak from a fair degree of experience when I say that all babies are different. All babies are born so unique and wired so differently, making it difficult to always know how to read and "decode" them right? We are constantly trying to...

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Have Mommy Blogs Become Irrelevant?

I'm in quite a weird space mentally at the moment. I feel like my mind is at war with itself, or rather that there are too many voices in my head (and out there!) telling me too many different things. Maybe my heart is just struggling to keep up with my overactive...

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When Reality Is Better Than The Dream

Have you ever wanted something so badly for so long, and when you eventually got it, it was even better than you ever could have imagined? I'm not talking about that ice-cream craving you've had all week that was finally satisfied with a trip to Crumbs and Cream or...

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How Our Weekends Have Changed Since Having Kids

Picture credit : Happy Socks So how much have your weekends changed since having kids?? I know mine have done a full 180 degree turn since we welcomed our little critters into the world. Sometimes I look back at how much our lifestyles have changed and can barely wrap...

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From Hero To Zero

You know that good ol' saying  "I went form Hero to zero"? Yes? Well these 6 little words seem to describe me so aptly right now. I feel like I am WINNING at life one moment only to feel like I'm being kicked to the ground the next. It's such a freaking rollercoaster...

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Teething Can Kiss My Furry White Ass

I wish there was a better way to say it guys. But there you have it. If teething were a person I would tell it to kiss my white furry ass. And then I would kick him (OH it has to be a man!) in the teeth. Just to get even. My seven month-old baby has gone from a...

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Why Mom Friends Are Vital To Your Growth and Sanity

Yesterday I sat in my friend Ashlea's kitchen talking about life and just having a general catch up. She made me a strong coffee because well, she's a mom of three too and could sense how much I needed one. My eye was twitching I was so tired she could see it in my...

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Our Children Are Uniquely, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

⇑ Pic By Angela Rea Photography  No two babies are the same. They are all so unique. I found that out the day Brody was born. Everything about him was different to Noah from the get-go. He loved being swaddled, where as his older brother had despised it and always...

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The Importance Of Taking Time Out To Rejuvenate

Parenting is hard. As rewarding and as wonderful as these years are, they can leave us feeling depleted and with an overwhelming sense of identity loss. I mean who am I besides a mom and wife? What happened to the person I was before my kids came along? Sound...

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When Parenting Loses Its Joy

I didn't see it coming. Just like the last time. And the time before that. On the outside I seemed ok. To everybody else, I seemed in control. Life was manageable and easy. I was completely unaware of the crash I was about to encounter. I honestly never felt...

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Here’s To The Next 365 Days ….

Pic courtesy of Angela Rea at our Sunshine Journey. It's 2018. Just like that one year comes to an end and another begins. Last year, this time I was eagerly awaiting the arrival of our little girl. Well, I say eagerly awaiting but I was still 6 months away from...

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Things I Never Want to Forget About My Kids

We all know the feeling too well. That feeling that no matter how much we wish time would stand still, it only seems to go faster and faster. One minute we look at our tiny newborns and the next they are dribbling and chewing their hands with the promise of little...

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Living In a Constant State Of Fear

I've always been a "half glass full" kind of girl. Or so I think anyway. I like to think I generally look on the positive side of everything and don't sit moping in a state of despair for too long. I see hope in much of life's brokenness and I try to make the most of...

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