This post is long overdue and I know so many of you have been waiting very patiently. It may have to be a two part post because there is just so much that goes into eczema. It’s plagued our life since Milan was 6 months old and she’s now 2.5 and we are still fighting it. There are good days but unfortunately those days are far and few between. Winters are brutal for us and Spring and Summer tends to give her a little relief. I’m not an expert by any means however we’ve done extensive research on this topic and have tried almost every single natural remedy out there. Click READ MORE to see what worked for us.
It’s been over a month since I stopped breastfeeding and my body has been completely out of whack. I had no idea that this would happen. This isn’t a post to fish for compliments or anything like that. I’m simply sharing my journey as a new mommy and also sharing three petite friendly athleisure outfits I found recently. Click READ MORE to view the full post.
This is not my typical blog post. I had my usual Wednesday outfit post ready to go but I decided to write this instead. I’m sharing why today is such an important day (besides the obvious), some random thoughts, things I’m struggling with and why I feel like I’m in a rut. Click READ MORE to view the full post.
Yesterday was the last day I breastfed Milan. Today was the first official day I started weaning her. I’ve been ready to do this for awhile now. My body is most definitely ready. My boobs are FOR SURE ready. I’ve nursed on demand for almost 2.5 years and as much as I loved it, it was starting to wear me down physically and emotionally. Today I’m sharing some tips on how to stop breastfeeding a toddler with little to no drama. Click READ MORE to view the full post.
If there’s one thing that gives me baby fever (besides wanting a sibling for Milan lol) is looking at cute nursery decor. As much as I loved putting together Milan’s nursery, I have to admit, it was time consuming and exhausting. Now that she’s almost 2 1/2 years old (no clue how that’s possible), it’s almost time to convert her nursery into a big girls room. Say what? No way, I’m still in denial. I was thrilled when I found out that West Elm and Pottery Barn Kids recently teamed up and created a super chic line of furniture for babies and kids. Click READ MORE to view the full post!