Posted by Martine Foreman
I started writing for Disney Baby almost two months ago. So far, it has been a wonderful experience, and the opportunity came at just the right time in my life.
Like many of you, I have too much on my plate. There have been times in my life where I have denied this truth, but now I am in a place where I fully own it. My plate is beyond full and keeping up with everything can be a challenge.
Posted by Chaunie Brusie
Last weekend, we (ok, so it was all my idea, like all forced family outings) surprised the kids with tickets to Disney on Ice.
We had asked my mom to babysit our youngest, Jake, who is 20 months old, but at the last minute, she and my dad had other plans and couldn’t watch him.
Although I thought that the best course of action was to leave him at home with a babysitter so we could really enjoy the show, we decided to take him with us.
And luckily for us, he loved it.
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
Of all of the things I have done in my life, breastfeeding has been by far one of the most challenging. It took a good couple of months and a lot of help before we got into the groove of nursing, but in the end I was able to nurse my daughter for 17 months and the beautiful bond we created through nursing was definitely worth the struggles. With Baby #2 due in a matter of months, I’ve been thinking a lot about breastfeeding again and thought I’d share some of the things that helped us get through our nursing struggles in the hopes that other mamas needing encouragement will find some here!
Posted by Chaunie Brusie
“Who’s my handsome man?” I croon to my son, smothering him with kisses as he squeals and toddles away from me as fast as his chubby little legs will carry him.
My husband shakes his head fondly at me. “He will never doubt that you love him, will he?” he says. I smile at him in return, knowing full well that someday my little boy will grow into a strapping young man with his own life and I will have to be content with the memories of stealing kisses from him in the kitchen.
My son is a loved boy, it’s true.
But there is one love in particular that I am grateful he has in his life. And it has nothing to do with me.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Last week, our little Ingrid Grey turned 2! I can hardly believe it! As excited as I am for her to grow up and become a little girl, I will certainly miss her as my Baby Blue Eyes. I thought I’d take a walk down memory lane and reminisce the first 2 years of Ingrid’s life. Here are 10 of my favorite photos of Ingrid Grey, with amazing memories I’ll never forget…