A Two Year Old’s Resolutions

Welcome to the January 2013 Carnival of Natural Parenting: Recovering from the Holidays This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Code Name: Mama and Hobo Mama. This month our participants have written about how their families get back to normal after the holidays are over. *** After […]

Many Goodnight Moons

Hey there babies of mine. Let’s read a story. Of monkeys sitting in a tree. Of little trains that could. Crawl in my lap. Help turn the pages. Giggle and be. Be my babies for many, many goodnight moons. Story time is our time. Our time to love. Our time to cherish, learn and grow. […]

Mama Talk

Jemma “decorated” May 2013 of my planner and later fell in love with her birthday dot paints When I’m at home all day with the sweet bambinos I find myself saying interesting things. Things I wouldn’t have said 2 years ago when working in an office setting. This is the lingo of my new job. […]

Thoughts on Time Magazine, Supporting ALL Mamas, and Advocating for the Motherless

Welcome to the I Am Mom! Enough! Carnival hosted by Jennifer at Hybrid Rasta Mama and Mandy at Living Peacefully with Children.This Carnival is dedicated to empowering ALL parents who practice and promote and peaceful, loving, attachment parenting philosophy. We have asked other parents to help us show the critics and the naysayers that attachment […]

Bring On the Calm – Hypnobabies for Birth #2

Joining Julie at A Little Bit of All  of It for her Preparing for Birth Series. This week’s focus is Childbirth Education. Want to participate? Learn about all the upcoming topics here! During my first pregnancy Dominic and I took Bradley classes. It was the perfect fit for us as first time parents since it […]

I’m Not Mom, I’m Point B

If I should have a daughter, instead of Mom, she’s gonna call me Point B. So that way she knows that whatever happens, at least she can always find her way to me.” -Sarah Kay, “B” Sarah Kay is 22-year-old slam poet who performed “B” on the popular TED. Her spoken word and interview from […]

What Does a 16 Month Old Do All Day?

For our getaway gone bust I wrote a fun little hour-by-hour recap for Jemma’s auntie. Jemma shared many of her favorite things and gave a glimpse at her daily schedule. Here’s a peak into a day in the life of Jemma!  6:30-8:00 amYay! This is when I wake up every morning (as early at 6:30, […]

Star Worthy V.6

When you have a spare moment – here’s the links that are a must read :) This mama and I met on Twitter during Jemma’s nursing strike/weaning drama – she was such an encouragement and I wanted to share her AWESOME breastfeeding links from her blog 6 Free Alternatives to Vaccines – Um … I […]