It's near that 87th week of pregnancy when all your thoughts are consumed with wondering if your beautiful new baby is going to make their appearance soon, or if you'll be pregnant for yet another week. When you can't sleep, or breathe, or walk. You're so uncomfortable you could cry, but you can't lay down … Continue reading It doesn’t last forever
I've been through weight loss, and gain, back -to- back pregnancies, and have been postpartum 3 times. Before kids, I was in the best shape of my life, by the end of my pregnancy with Shade I was so out of shape I could hardly walk around the block. My pregnancies with the girls were … Continue reading Postpartum…this s**t is hard
I LOVE salsa, and I'm not talking about the kind in a jar you can buy in the chip aisle at the grocery store. I mean fresh, chunky, spicy, salsa goodness. Moes' is one of my favorite places to eat, just because I'm in love with all of theirs! A few weekends ago we were … Continue reading 5 Minute Salsa
After a wonderful two weeks back in my hometown, today we are back to normal life. The drive up to NY was rough, we got a late start and Stella cried for me pretty much the whole time, we hit bad traffic in Maryland, and didn't arrive until almost 3am! We spent our time relaxing with … Continue reading Back to Reality
Most cars don't have air vents in the back, add a rear facing baby (especially during the summer months) and it makes for a pretty miserable baby. I'm not a van mom - so I don't get the awesome backseat air vents, and since I can't see myself getting rid of my truck anytime soon, … Continue reading Making the backseat cool again.
Traveling anywhere can be overwhelming, add kids to the mix and it can be downright exhausting, and stressful. I also hate lugging around a ton of crap in my diaper bag and truck. So for me, the more prepared and organized, the smoother the trip. I want to share a few of my favorite travel … Continue reading Mommy On The Go
I've wanted to be a mom since I can remember, as a kid I would wake up early on Saturday mornings so I could watch A Baby Story on TLC. I would "nurse" and nurture my baby dolls, and stuff the belly of my shirts with pillows to pretend I was pregnant, I even did that … Continue reading Losing yourself in motherhood