My little girl is getting pretty good at playing on her own. I mean, she is almost 2. (Yikes!) And we all know two-year olds are pretty much all grown up. Or so they think. Lately I’ve been getting a kick out of where “Pink’s” little Bambi friend is showing up. Do you spy the sweet little love in these pictures?
Finding a job that’s flexible and allows for quality family time can be as challenging as finding great maternity clothes. Well, Susan of Fourth Love has found a solution to both. This mom of two decided to leave the world of advertising to start her own beautiful maternity line. I’m happy to be featuring her in my series celebrating mompreneurs who are doing great work for new and expectant moms.
Oh, the exciting vocabulary of a budding toddler. My little one is definitely figuring out exactly how to say exactly how she feels. (Whether I like it or not.) Now that she’s just weeks away from turning two, her vocabulary is bursting with new words.
Frankly, I’ve been pretty proud of “Pink”. I might (might) even prompt her in public in the hopes that she’ll impress others as much as she impresses me.
If you ask me, the one must-have piece of baby equipment (besides diapers, of course) is a bouncy seat. That little piece of heaven is the next best thing to mama’s arms. Because, let’s face it, mama’s arms are busy ones. And though they might wish they were holding Baby all day long, that’s just not very realistic.
Marry a must-have with Disney style, and well, you’ve got a win-win. Seriously, the folks at Disney are all about bringing characters to life and these bouncers are the perfect example.
Having left the corporate world to start my own writing business, I have a soft spot in my heart for other moms who have an idea and decide to bring it to life. This is my first post in a new series where I’ll be introducing moms who have started businesses focused on moms-to-be or moms of babies. The ladies behind sugarSNAP are a perfect example. I hope you enjoy meeting them and discovering their awesomely convenient products. (I happen to have — and adore — the sugarSNAP files, and definitely need to get my hands on their latest idea…)