As I lay here holding my precious Justin I think about how rough we moms are on ourselves and each other. Some day all we can do is just survive. I'm on day 3 with very little sleep and an emotional roller-coaster after my three month old not only isn't sleeping well, but still doesn't … Continue reading Mom Life: Some Days Surviving is Enough
Once you find a gem of a book to use in the classroom, you never want to let it go. Here are seven books that would work beautifully in a classroom setting. How Big is a Million is the perfect book to help children comprehend a large number such as a million. Throughout the story, … Continue reading The Perfect Books for Teaching Skills in the Classroom
With a two-year-old and a three-month-old, this Momma is tired! My first two months after having Justin was rough. I was emotional. I mean emotional. I'm normally emotional, but this was bad. I would cry uncontrollably for no reason whatsoever. Once Justin started sleeping more in the night, I began to start working out again. … Continue reading How Working Out makes Me a Better Mom
With a newborn keeping me busy, I'm really trying to make precious moments count with my toddler. One of the ways so do this is by making cookies with Brandon. Brandon thinks anything that is brown and has oatmeal in it is oatmeal and I am more than happy with it. These cookies are simple, … Continue reading Quality time making Healthy cookies
My new baby, Justin is almost 3 weeks old. As my in-laws have gone, we're now adjusting to a family of four. Brandon, my two-year-old, is having a tough time getting used to less mommy and more baby. Brandon will cry like Justin and constantly wants to be held. He's testing his limits, trying to … Continue reading Adjusting to Life with Two Children
This is a very personal blog for me to write, but I figure others might feel the same way, guilty about having a second child. I'm about 9 weeks from my second baby boy. My first son, Brandon is 23 months old.
Staying at home can be a blessing and a struggle. It's wonderful to soak in the development and growth of your child, while it can also be incredibly lonely at the same time. This is why finding a moms group is so important! Find some other stay-at-home-moms in your area. Contact your local church and … Continue reading Find a Moms group!