Posted by Chaunie Brusie
As I turn the corner on the fourth month of pregnancy, it’s starting to dawn on me:
My “baby” is not really a baby anymore.
My youngest child is my son, who is about to hit 20 months and in this past month, my husband and I have both noticed incredible changes in him. His vocabulary has exploded, he is showing his own little personality, and he is asserting his independence in totally new ways.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
I love the theme behind today’s party! When blogger Kelsey Williams was thinking of themes for her daughter Rooney’s second birthday party she came up with something pretty fun. “I realized she would be turning two on the 2nd. This is called a golden birthday and is very popular in the Midwest, so I went with golds and yellows for the decorations.” Such a great idea! And even if your little one won’t be celebrating their golden birthday at such a young age, the gold color scheme is a super cute idea for any birthday party. Check out all the lovely party inspiration from Miss Rooney’s special day!
Posted by Savannah Wallace
I am so thrilled to be part of Disney Baby as a new regular contributor! My husband and I just had our first little one on January 29th, so it’s been 5 busy weeks of getting to know our little one and discovering our new role as parents. I have a lot of exciting ideas to share in this space but before I dive into my regular posts, I wanted to take a little time to introduce myself and my family. :)
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Motherhood is a lot of work. It’s tiring and rewarding at the same exact time. I currently have so much going on between my fourth pregnancy, homeschooling for the first year, blogging here and over at This Little Life of Mine, and every single daily mothering task in between. With three little ones, I’ve had a lot to deal with! It’s easy to get overwhelmed and lose sight of the special moments. Zaynab has been an amazing blessing in helping me focus on these sweet and magical moments that I would miss out on if I let them slide. I’m so grateful for the simplicity of toddlerhood that helps me appreciate the truly wonderful moments of motherhood.