3 out of my 5 have been fighting a fever and flu. See just how I have survived a week of sick littles and how I have managed to keep the baby well.
When you are trying to get your baby to sleep soundly, it seems like you will try any solution that works. Especially if you have a newborn with gas or reflux issues and sleep is hard to come by. One such solution was a product called the Nap Nanny...
We've been having lots of trouble with Harlow sleeping— she has acid reflux so after she eats, she's highly distressed and I can't just put her back to bed. One month in and I was quickly going mad. When I started snapping at everyone around me, including Mazzy, I knew I needed to get help.
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When it comes to babies, I try to remember the old adage, “If you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras.” In my experience, most of the time the simplest explanation is usually the right one. Baby crying? Probably hungry. Baby squirming around? Probably gas. Baby thrashing her head around in the car seat? Probably because MORE »
If there is anyone that dislikes a disruption in their little one’s schedule, it’s me. So when daylight savings time comes around, it’s absolutely dreadful. I remember I used to love the time of year when we would “fall back” because I always took advantage of that extra hour of sleep. And then I had MORE »
I’m having a pity party today. Care to join me? It has been one of those weeks where no matter how hard I’ve tried to fit it all in and stay flexible, it feels like everything has blown up in my face. How is it possible to have an almost-10-month-old and still have days where MORE »
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