Oh the six-week sleep regression…you fickle mistress, you. I don’t know about you moms, but six weeks was the WORST for me. My previously content babies turned into insatiable monsters. I nursed round the clock and spent all night rocking them to sleep…only to have them wake up an hour later. Sigh. The second time… Continue reading 5 Ways to Stay Sane During the 6-Week Sleep Regression
I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time keeping it all together. Some days I feel like I’ve conquered the world and others I feel like giving up and going back to bed. I’m juggling being a mom of one (two in June), a wife, a daughter, a sister, a friend and a… Continue reading A love letter to the tired, run-down mom trying to keep it all together
Let me just say this: napping is the worst. Not for me – anytime I get to nap (which isn’t often), it’s nothing short of amazing. No, it’s my son’s napping that is terrible. Or should I say used to be terrible. It all turned around once I started nap training. I know what you’re… Continue reading 13 Ways to Nap Train Your Baby
In the spirit of honesty, I was going to write a different post today. But then last week happened. And I knew I needed to share the issues I’m facing. So here goes. I feel like a failure. I’m completely in over my head. I’m struggling to keep all my rotating plates in the air… Continue reading Why I’m failing at motherhood (and what I’m going to do about it)
When people find out you’re having a baby, they love to give you advice. 5% of it is helpful and 95% is completely ridiculous. Nonetheless, the advice keeps pouring in and even though you try to ignore it, it still leaves you wondering, Are they right about that? For me, it was the first night home… Continue reading 6 Things No One Tells You About the First Night Home With Your Baby
I want to preface this post by saying that I love my son. I love him more than words can express. I can’t imagine my life without him and in the short time he’s been with us, he has brought us incredible joy. When he smiles, I melt into a giant puddle. When he hits a milestone… Continue reading Is it normal to resent your baby?