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Tag Archives: Babies
Yesterday all the kids but baby asked to stay overnight at Grandma’s. Immediately I feel a bit of panic setting in. How am I going to get anything done? What am I going to DO all day? As I’ve said … Continue reading
Every once in awhile I think of a blog post I read a long time ago. In it the mother describes how she initially felt stressed by the thought of homeschooling her brood while mothering a baby. After brainstorming ideas, … Continue reading
My youngest is 10 months old now, which means she’s eating a wide variety of foods. She has 6 teeth, and she can gnaw on just about anything with her sharp little gums too. Here she is eating a raw … Continue reading
The following is a guest post from Nichi Kuechle, a Parent Coach, Childbirth Educator, Doula, and Craniosacral Therapist, and Mom. I interviewed Nichi for the podcast several weeks ago, when we talked about postpartum planning and recovery. I am not … Continue reading
My guest this week is Dr. Shekhar Challa. Dr. Challa is a Board- Certified Gastroenterologist with 25 years of experience and the author of 3 books, including his most recent, Probiotics for Dummies. We’re discussing the importance of probiotics for … Continue reading
This week’s Green Moms Weekly post has to do with a topic that’s an old favorite for many: Cloth Diapering. “What do you say to people who can’t wrap their head around the cloth diapering phenomena? Give some simple and … Continue reading
Let’s face it. Cloth diapering can lose a wee bit of its charm once your baby becomes a toddler. My sweet little one poops several times a day, and I’m no fan of toilet dunking. I’m also not a fan … Continue reading
This morning the hubby asked me a question. “Do you think Ruby was born too early? Like, do you think she was actually premature by 3 or 4 weeks?” I scratched my head for a second, a little confused by … Continue reading
Baby Doesn’t Like Baby Food I didn’t really “do” baby food with my other little ones. Firstly I delayed solids as long as I could. From 6-9 months, depending on the baby. And I always went slow once I offered … Continue reading