Mother’s Day shopping doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are a few gifts I am sure to please that special woman in your life on Mother’s Day. BOGO 50% off dresses and rompers. Valid 5/7-5/13 For the fabulous fashionista mom, Target is offering 20% off Women’s Jewelry & Accessories as well as BOGO 50% off
Living with a chronic illness for me brings on chronic pain and fatigue. In addition to taking care of my family, I work full-time and recently I have been devoting full-time hours to my blog and website. At the end of the day I am exhausted.
I recently was introduced to MyoBuddy Massager Pro to review and for the last few weeks it has given me new life. I have tried different types of massagers, rollers, balls and constantly nagging my husband to rub my legs or back, so I welcomed this. My first concern was assuring this massager would be safe and work for me, considering my health issues. I did my research first and found MyoBuddy Massager Pro is good for people with sore muscles: athletes, hard workers, sitters, standers and those recovering from accidents and surgeries. This massager fit my needs perfectly, but with any new product if you have a health condition you should consult your doctor before use.
Breastfeeding is one of the greatest experiences for me during early motherhood. I breastfed my eldest until she was almost 18 months and my little one year old until he was 8 months. Breast milk has been such a wonderful source of nutrients and healing for my babies. My experience breastfeeding my son was a bit more challenging. Nonetheless both experiences were beautiful and exhausting, but I loved every moment of watching them nurse.
I can say that I was a little obsessed with pumping. I purchased a hand pump from Amazon and a double electric pump from my insurance company. I’d pump on a regular schedule if my little fatso wasn’t eating and if I wasn’t sleeping.
MommyCon Chicago is a large conference that takes a positive approach to educating parents about the emotional and physical benefits of natural birthing, breastfeeding and baby wearing. I am very excited about attending this year as part of the Blogger Team and Parent Squad. The event is March 3- March 5, 2017 at the Donald E Stephens
This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. Our 26 month old son is not potty trained yet and I am okay with that. He does not attend daycare and right now we parent him at our own
Cleanup is an important part in teaching your toddler to cleanup after themselves. Writer Daisy Murphy from Best London Cleaners shares tips on how to teach your toddler to tidy up after themselves. It is important to teach your toddler to cleanup after him/herself not only because you have to do the work, but more importantly