Gifts For Mom
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
When Ani was born in December, several friends and family members came to visit us in the hospital. I loved seeing everyone who stopped by to ooh and ahh over my new little baby, but I was most thrilled and surprised by the visit of my sweet friend, Ralphie.
Not only is she one of my closest friends, but she came bearing a beautiful little cake.
Posted by Amy Heinz
My baby girl, “Pink”, turns two on Friday. Two! Of course birthdays are full of celebration and anticipation, but I can’t help also reflecting on the two years that seemed to go by in a flash. Being that organization isn’t my strong suit, I haven’t done a baby book yet. Yet. (That’s what my blog is for, right?) I found this really sweet Winnie the Pooh Memory book right here on Disney Baby, and it got me thinking. Here’s what I would have written. And will. Someday.
Posted by Melanie Blodgett
About four years ago I commissioned a custom portrait for my husband and it’s still my favorite art piece in our house. But without Beck in the picture, it’s looking a bit outdated. So I’ve been looking around to commission another portrait (maybe for a Father’s Day gift?) and there are so many great ones to choose from, it’s hard to decide. Here are some of my favorites.
Posted by Michelle Horton
My sister is celebrating her first Mother’s Day, which is such a uniquely special holiday. The first time you’re being thanked and celebrated for this new responsibility and identity that still feels surreal — and so I want to thank her.
I want to celebrate her.
Because there are so many reasons I admire my little sister, as a mother. Here are just 10 of those reasons (plus the sweetest photos of my sister and nephew):
Posted by Andrea Howe
As a mother, I feel like the most precious commodity, and therefore the most precious gift I could receive, is time. The ever elusive hourglass, and the feeling of just not enough hours in the day. Even on the days when we’re at our best and can tackle the to-do list with admirable force, we rarely are left with much time left to do what we please. Raising these kids is such a gift and a huge blessing, one I don’t take for granted. But I would be lying if I said I wouldn’t love a bit more time every now and then to accomplish some personal to-dos that have nothing to do with baby food, diapering, cleaning or running carpool. Here are ten things I would do on Mother’s Day, if I just had a few hours to myself!