I am so fortunate to have the family and friends that I have, they’re more than what I could have ever asked for. They know my needs more than me at times. SO many people have been here to help me up after I’ve fallen. Even to intervene before a fall has taken place, the […]Read More Valentine’s Day
Well, I’ll keep it short. I was so happy about daycare and we both got sick. Aint that something? I just thought it was so funny how excited I was and that same day my baby started showing symptoms and two days later I was down for the count. We’re over it now. Today marks […]Read More Sick Day
Someone messaged me telling me they read my blog and were now thinking of starting their own blog to vent… hmm. That wasn’t my intention when creating the blog haha. I was hoping that yall would be able to relate to some developmental milestones of my son who is nearing 16 months in a few […]Read More Daycare
I had a brief exchange the other day with a facebook friend about temper tantrums. She’s a mom of a 3-week old and a step-mom/coparent to a 5-year old; she believes that temper tantrums are avoidable. I do not. She believes that kids should do as the parents says and I would like to qualify […]Read More Frustration
This will be my last blog post of 2018. The topic we’re looking at is: hesitation. I chose this topic because the fear of failure has oftentimes prevented me from starting or executing plans. This thought sprung up as I am approaching sleep training my son, having to create a plan and being consistent. The […]Read More Reluctance
When I began the blog, I had intentions on being a ‘mom blogger’. I assumed and chose topics that covered basic ‘mom’ taking care of baby processes. I wrote about washing bottles, because these were ‘mom’ things I hadn’t thought about prior. I had so many ideas but they felt so impersonal and in my […]Read More WTF? What even is a ‘Low Key’ Nurturer?
Updated: June 22nd to add spiritual progress and clarifications. Today was the first day of summer The longest day of the year … It’s the final season before Buddha (more on why I decided to call my son Buddha later) turns one. SAD FACE!!!! The day we came home from the hospital was the fall […]Read More Happy Summer Solstice
This weekend, I learned the importance of understanding the intentions that motivates someone’s (in)action. I have an amazing father that is not my blood, nonetheless he is an absolutely amazing man and father. He’s caring, honest and always speaks highly of me and my son. He has raised me for the past 20 years and […]Read More Father’s Day
We finally broke the jogging portion of the jogger in last Monday, with a 30-minute run at the park. It went absolutely wonderful! Baby loves the outdoors, so this was a fun activity for us. We had used the stroller before at markets and to take walks around the neighborhood and it’s always been enjoyable. […]Read More Graco Trax Jogger Click N Connect
Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.