I am wishing I could be two places at once.
How many times have you heard, “let me know if I can do anything to help”? When you have a new baby, this is a constant anthem. How often do you accept that help?
It's never fun to have a sick child, and a sick baby seems even worse.
What lullabyes do you sing to your children?
You can’t have it both ways. You can’t have the indescribable snuggle of a newborn baby while getting to enjoy the antics of a toddler.
Kate is three weeks old, and we're still in the "getting to know you" phase.
Lauren gave Baby Kate a lovie, but her true gift is that of parental confidence.
Our family has much to be grateful for. Last Sunday, we welcomed Katherine Bailey into the world after months of anticipation.
I already knew that we could expect Lauren (who is two-and-a-half) to regress somewhat when the new baby arrives. But I learned something interesting about how to respond to that.
In my closet, you'll find a shopping bag with two frilly pink tu-tu's inside. One is size 3T, the other 3 months.
How can I help my little one not completely freak out everytime I leave the house?
I'm at the point in my pregnancy where I can cry at just about anything.
With just about three months to go until our new little bundle of joy arrives, the clumsiness factor is growing exponentially.
There are times as a parent where I wish I could freeze time and enjoy my little girl just the way she is right now.
I realize my toddler will stop taking naps at some point, but I'm not ready to wave the white flag yet.
The Dallas Mavericks winning the NBA title would be the best thing for the league.
I guess my toddler wasn't feeling eating her veggies last night.
Do you have de ja vu at story time each night?
Commenting upgrade fixes many problems, adds a few new ones.
What they say about toddlers are true: they can love a food one day and shun it the next.
It's quite the mystery: all of Lauren's pacifiers were discovered broken recently.
It's time to get our toddler to give up the pacifier. The question is how?
Keep this in mind next time you head to the playground.
What fears have your kids had, and how did you help them get past them?
The true story of when my daughter ate the wrong kind of jelly--petroleum jelly, also known as Vaseline.
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