Creating a healthy body post-baby!

We all know working out is good for us in many ways, and most mums will agree that exercising after delivery can be challenging; Your body has been tested to its limits, your getting little to no sleep and you … Continued

Room Arrangements

We moved into our current home four years ago. At the time we had a 6-year-old, 4-year-old and 9 month old. All boys. Our house is set up so our Master bedroom is downstairs. I love this because it really gives … Continued

Blessings & Food Allergies

This past month has been busy! Our organization, Food Allergy Resources & Mentoring (FARM),had its 2015 5K themed “Nature vs. Nurture”. After months of advocating for food allergies and the need for community awareness, then getting sponsorships from local businesses, the … Continued

Good Sleep Begins With a Good Routine

By Kristen Carhart and Joanna Silverman at Early Parenting Partners, LLC   People inherently are creatures of habit and seek out repetition and routine. This is in part due to our nature and to our internal body clock called the … Continued

Breast Feeding Gone Wrong

  Recently I received private messages from two friends, both asking my opinion on whether they should keep trying to breast feed or not. When breast feeding goes wrong, it can go really wrong, and what then? [Just a disclaimer … Continued

6 Steps to Get Back Your Groove

How long has it been since you’ve really felt like you’re in your groove? Too long? You can’t remember the last time? Rest assured you’re not alone – it happens to all of us at some point! We lose our … Continued

Pregnant in less than ideal circumstances

I was a teen mum. I made decent grades, I had a long term boyfriend, and I had plans and aspirations for my future. These plans didn’t exactly involve having a baby, and boy were people quick to point out … Continued

Age Gaps, Entertaining Children and Surviving!

Let me guess – you’re having one of those days with the kids? You know, the usual kind: Some overly-sweet moments of pleasure which are all undermined horribly by frequent bouts of sibling in-fighting, tantrums and general malaise. You’ve seen … Continued

Facing Challenges as a Family

2012 was a rough year for our family. The struggles started in January when our youngest child Apollo, was diagnosed with a rare heart defect; a double aortic arch. He was 18 months old. He had struggled with his heath … Continued

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