July is National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness Month. Being involved in the baby community and being a parent of little ones I’ve recently seen a lot of cases of cleft lip and cleft palate and have been moved by the strength these parents have had to endure for their children. I reached out to a local family; Mom and Dad to the gorgeous 6 month old Ava Yvonne...here’s what they had to say...
Thank you for following my weekly planning series. Now that we've chosen a planner or calendar system it's time to fill it in! Here's how I fill in mine.
As parents...especially moms we have so much on our plates, that time becomes a precious commodity. There is never enough of it go around. I know that I hear myself saying, “give me a minute” about 100 times a day. And unfortunately what I really mean is “I hope you’ll forget what you wanted to tell me so that I could finish what I’m doing and move on to my next task”. I know...mom of the year right here!
Happy 4th of July!
Let’s face it...moms are busy! In most cases we are responsible for keeping track for where everyone is supposed to be at any given time of the day, week or month. If you are also working a full-time 9-5 or work from home, it means that you have very limited time to get things organized and ready for execution! Chances are that if you’re reading this it’s because you either have no plan or you think that your plan could use some improvement, and I’d love to help you with that.
Women lead businesses, we run households, we are raising the future of humanity. Women are daughters, we are wives, we are moms. Here are 10 facts every woman should know!
Everyone that has ever worked, has experienced long hours at the office (or retail store), while trying to make a deadline, or trying to stay ahead of that demanding client. Trying to keep up with the daily influx of emails, phone calls and customer demands can be quite a cumbersome task for any employee. Now imagine you're the boss...and your office had little hands and tiny toes underfoot all the time!!!
About a year ago in one of the facebook groups I follow there was a mom asking for organizational help. As moms we usually have too many things to do in a very limited amount of time, with little hands pulling us; most of the times in different directions. I decided to help out this fellow mom because even in the midst of my chaos nothing makes me happier than planning.
I have teamed up with some AMAZING shops to give ONE lucky winner a fantastic baby bundle of goodies!
The loss of a baby is the hardest life event that any human being will have to go through. No person should ever have to endure the pain, loss and heartache that accompanies losing a child, and yet 1 in 4 pregnancies ends in miscarriage. If you are reading this because you are looking for guidance, and support during this trying time you’ve come to the right place. I’m going to share with you three things I learned during those difficult months following my miscarriage.