Groupon is so awesome, seriously! I love Groupon for the obvious reasons that you get great discounts for the entire family! Continue reading “GET YOUR GROUPON…ON: MOMS HAVE TO LOVE DISCOUNTS”
Today’s fiasco in trying to find a stupid sleep sack is yet another reminder why I am an Amazon Prime member. You get free shipment and you don’t have to fool around driving all over the place looking for what you need. Continue reading “MY REVIEW ON 4 MAJOR STORES & WHY I WILL BE BUYING MORE ONLINE”
A sleep sack might be the only thing to rein our daughter in at night. Because, when it comes to independent streaks in toddlers, our daughter takes the top prize. She has a motor that just won’t quit. She goes and goes until finally crashing at bedtime. Thank goodness she tires herself out and sleeps about 12 hours a night. Continue reading “Independent Streaks in Toddlers: The Only Thing Stopping Our Daughter is a Sleep Sack”
Dieting has officially sucked me in the health kick zone, so now I am super motivated to eat healthier and yes, cook if I have to. Case in point: I made stuffed red bell peppers today for the first time! Continue reading “DIETING DOWN: HEALTHY STUFFED RED BELL PEPPERS”
Losing weight takes dedication and a lot of jiu jitsu scheduling techniques when it comes to parenting and chasing a toddler around! I’m nearing the end of my official second day of the 3-day juice fast, and I had a better weigh-in this morning. Tomorrow morning will be my 3rd and final weigh-in to gauge how much I’ve lost. Continue reading “LOSING WEIGHT IS AN EXERCISE OF THE MIND, BODY & SPIRIT”
(Depression In Moms- Part 2)
You aren’t a bad mom if you admit you suffer from depression. But it is a transition, albeit a slightly more complicated one beyond becoming a new mother, that takes adjusting to.
Continue reading “Depression & Motherhood: New Job Title As Mom = Major Adjustment”
(Depression In Moms- Part 1)
There’s a big difference between clinical depression and postpartum depression. For one, clinical depression usually pre-exists pregnancy or giving birth. However, if you are prone to depression, the likelihood for you to experience depression after giving birth is higher. But don’t mistake postpartum depression with general depression.
It’s exciting getting your child engaged in new surroundings. I get a kick out of watching my daughter’s sheer amazement at every little thing no matter how mundane they may seem to be. Continue reading “Children Find The Littlest Things Exciting: Lessons Learned by New Parents”
Capturing childhood moments is so vital, which is why I have some type of recording device with me at all times. It’s amazing how much the iPhone comes in handy. I currently have the iPhone 6 Plus and would love to upgrade to the iPhone 7, but instead I’ll waiting for the 8. Continue reading “Capturing Childhood Moments: Motherhood From The Camera Lens”
I rarely eat pork, but enjoy it once in a while. What is fun is experimenting when I cook and throwing things together. Of course, I’m all for following a recipe but I also like to come up with my own. I later found out that the recipe I “threw together” is already a recipe. Continue reading “Slow Cooked Pork Tenderloin Smothered In Mushroom Sauce”