5 Ways To Help An Infant Transition To A Single Parent

5 Ways To Help An Infant Transition To A Single Parent

  We are now a few weeks into this deployment and I am surprisingly surviving. Even when my husband first mentioned joining the military, all I imagined was raising babies alone. That sounded awful. Welp - here I am! Raising those babies alone, and guess what... IT'S NOT AWFUL! I am actually enjoying the extra [...]

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Tips for Traveling w/ an Infant

Tips for Traveling w/ an Infant

If you're like us - the number of how many flights your baby has been on and how many months old they are - are the same number. We've actually enjoyed flying across the country (to and from Florida to Texas, and Georgia, and Colorado, and California) with our little man, and you can too. [...]

What She Really Wants For Mother’s Day + $100 Giveaway

What She Really Wants For Mother’s Day + $100 Giveaway

This post is in collaboration with JORD Watches My first real mother's day is coming up... It won't be the first celebrated - my dogs (AKA my husband) have gotten me cards for years and last year I was pregnant... but this is my first real mother's day of having my heart live outside of my body. [...]

3 Easy & FREE Postpartum At-Home Workouts

3 Easy & FREE Postpartum At-Home Workouts

Post in collaboration with The Mint Julep Boutique. "If you breastfeed, the weight just sheds off." Raise your hand if you heard this myth. Here I am, seven months later, and still a chubby-cheeked, chunky vegan. If the weight came off for you with no diet change or exercise, WOW. You are so blessed, but [...]