Posted by Jerika Welch
Every mommy deals with it. Every baby experiences it. Teething is an inevitable pain that we all have to survive in the first years of our baby’s life. Baylor just turned a year old and is now working on his 3rd and 4th tooth. These two top teeth have been much more of a hassle than the two bottom were, and I’m scared that it only gets worse from here. Midnight crying sessions are something that we have become accustomed to during the growth of those two teeth. Thankfully, these sleepless nights and bad days come in waves. I try to make him as comfortable as possible because, of course, it shatters my heart to see him in pain. There are few things that seem to do the trick to cheer him up when he is frustrated with pain.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Some days as a mother are just tough. As much as I love my daughter and love being her mommy, some days just aren’t always so magical. There are days when my child is grumpy and seems to have meltdowns at every turn and days when everything feels like a power struggle. There are days when I’m rushed and consumed with the zillion items on my to-do list and days when I am feeling exhausted and at the end of my rope. But, I’ve been learning something about these less than magical days lately…they still possess magical moments if we only take the time to look.
Posted by Jerika Welch
I’ve always loved the thought of Baylor having a plush or toy that he loved and adored. A toy that would be his best friend and that could comfort him if I was ever unable. I’ve bought him toy after toy after toy hoping that maybe he would like one of them. I have a great list of classic Disney plushies that I would love to get for him, as I’m sure any mama who is a fan of classic Disney characters would love to get for their baby as well.
Posted by Casi Densmore-Koon
“You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think.”
This is an all-time favorite inspiring quote from Winnie the Pooh. As a matter of fact, you would be surprised how many magical quotes are inspired from Disney movies. And well — they are just perfect for the nursery. From words of wisdom to quotes that inspired – I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite Disney quotes that are picture perfect for the nursery. Which one is your favorite?
Posted by Maria José Ovalle
Family is so magical for children — they are so full of love and are ready to give kisses, hugs, cuddles at any time (well, unless they are in their ‘special’ mood.)
I am lucky to have my family leave close by, and it’s even more beautiful to see my siblings in their roles as tío (uncle) and tía (aunt). They are both younger than me, and to be honest, it took a little bit of time for them to grow into their roles. I personally have not yet had the privilege to be a tía so I don’t know what it’s like to care and love my siblings children (yet!) So I am overcome with emotion when I see just how much they love my children.