Month: January 2018

7 Universal Parenting Lessons from a  Special Education Teacher

7 Universal Parenting Lessons from a Special Education Teacher

If you know me, or follow my blog, you might remember me mentioning that before I decided to become a stay-at-home mom, I was a special education teacher. I’ve taught children from ages 3-10, with exceptionalities of all kinds – autism, mild to moderate intellectual […]

8 Baby Rules I Broke (That I Swore I’d Follow)

8 Baby Rules I Broke (That I Swore I’d Follow)

Even before Alexander and Nathan were born, it seemed like I was bombarded with “rules” to follow when taking care of a baby. From the Infant Care class at the hospital, to the Moms On Call book that came highly recommended from friends, to the […]

Out of the Darkness: My Struggle With Postpartum Depression

Out of the Darkness: My Struggle With Postpartum Depression

If you follow my social media accounts or this blog closely, you might have notice that I went on something of a hiatus in the past few weeks. Normally, I update my blog once a week and post on my Instagram almost daily – but […]