Baby Loves Sleep Hands In & Out Sleep Suit Review

Diana / October 29, 2017

From day 1 this baby girl has loved being swaddled. At different stages, she has liked different types of swaddles. Most recently she likes to have her hands near her face. The only problem with this type of swaddle with blankets is that she gets out of it and wakes up during the night. We tried a sleep sack that…

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Daily Life, Motherhood, Uplifting

4 things I loved about my Home Birth

Diana / August 30, 2017

Telling people about my decision to have a home birth usually causes one of two reactions: concerned wonderment or excited support. It seems that most people are on one side of the fence or the other when it comes to home birthing. The idea of a home birth either being terrifying or liberating. Neither side of the fence is necessarily…

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10 Valentine’s Day Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Diana / February 8, 2017

February: the month of extended periods of cold, piles of snow, and hearts– lots of hearts. Now that January is over I feel an inch or two closer to spring. However, this month has been bitter cold and we have stayed home as much as we possibly can without going crazy.  We have finally jumped on the bandwagon and started…

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Printable Romance & Fun: Valentines Bundle

Diana / January 25, 2017

February, the month of romance, right? I have to admit that I struggle to be romantic. I distinctly remember my mother chastising me for not planning anything for my boyfriend (who soon became my husband) on valentines day. I argued that he wouldn’t care and I doubted we would even do anything on valentines day. Her hassling finally broke me…

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Motherhood, Personal Blog, Uplifting

Year 2017: Strength in all things

Diana / January 6, 2017

I’m not very good at New Year’s resolutions. I mean, who actually has time to think about a resolution on the first day of the year? I’m still recovering from the Holidays. It’s now almost a week into 2017 and I think I have figured out the direction of my ‘resolution’.