Meal Schedule for a 1 Year Old

It can be stressful trying to feed your little one. Don’t worry and enjoy the process. It’s such an exciting time to see them grow and explore the world of food. First I’m going to highlight that toddlers won’t like everything. You might actually have to try it three or more times before they willContinue reading “Meal Schedule for a 1 Year Old”

Perfecting the Grocery List + Meal Planning

Prices of pretty much everything are going up. Everyday I’m either thinking about the price of gas, or the price of food. And the gas I’m going to spend to go get the food. To help with all this spending I have really been trying to stay on top of our food spending. With theContinue reading “Perfecting the Grocery List + Meal Planning”

Transitioning to a Montessori Bed

Our third child has been nothing but different in the sleep department, compared to my two oldest children. I don’t want to say difficult, because what sleep pattern is normal? But it’s safe for me to say that he loves his Mama, and co-sleeping is his preferred sleeping arrangement. Since our son was five monthsContinue reading “Transitioning to a Montessori Bed”

When your Motherhood isn’t happening by “the book”…

Motherhood has many ups and downs, especially in your first year. You are jumping hurdles, and taking sharp turns trying to figure out how to raise a baby. All while attempting to balance life for yourself. And sometimes you come across events where you feel like you are failing horribly! Like you are skydiving andContinue reading “When your Motherhood isn’t happening by “the book”…”

Creating the Perfect Schedule

Ontarians are now under lockdown restrictions, and most parents are facing the struggles of virtual learning. I have to admit we have transitioned nicely this week mainly because of all the practise we have had over the last two years. Here is hoping this is the last time children and parents will have to endureContinue reading “Creating the Perfect Schedule”