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Children Absorbing Anger

Children Absorbing Anger

One of them has been that we often aren’t aware of our own tone of voice/facial expressions until it’s pointed out to us.. Why is this important? Because children model us. A child senses their parents anger and distraction. And they absorb it.
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My Daily Routine with a Toddler

My Daily Routine with a Toddler

When I made the decision to stay home when my daughter was born almost 2 years ago, I had this vision of myself sitting at my desk working on a blog post, while my daughter played on the floor with a few toys quietly. Boy, was I wrong!
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Tips for Staying Productive When Working At Home

Tips for Staying Productive When Working At Home

Working from home has so many benefits, but you need to realize that it is not as easy as you may think. With all this disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are now faced with “working from home” in some capacity. The past two years I have been working from home, while taking care of my toddler, Caroline.
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Time of anxiety

Time of anxiety

Let’s talk Coronavirus and anxiety. Your kids are probably home from school for a while. Talk to your kids in a calm way. 
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Home Activities with Your Kids

Home Activities with Your Kids

The way you think will effect the way you feel. If you think, “This is awful!” You will feel awful. Choose healthier thoughts like, “This is unexpected. And it we can spend some family time. I get to create what this time looks like!”
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Covid 19 & Self Care

Covid 19 & Self Care

I know it can seem impossible to have any self care when we are all quarantined in the house...& it can be done with some planning! It’s important for you & your family.
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They Need An Outlet

They Need An Outlet

Our little ones have brains that aren't fully developed yet. The ability to be calm in the midst of raging emotions is hard for even many adults who have fully formed brains.
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Motherhood Rollercoaster

Motherhood Rollercoaster

I keep reminding myself of the roller coaster that motherhood is, and to be kind with myself on the tough days when I’m far from the “perfect” mom. ⁣
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What to Do With Your Toddler During Corona Virus COVID-19

What to Do With Your Toddler During Corona Virus COVID-19

If you have a child who is under 2 or 3 and is not potty trained yet, take social distancing as an opportunity to potty train your babe! Not only will she feel proud of herself but you’ll have the added benefit of being less reliant on your next diaper delivery!
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Frenic: How Big Is This Thing?

Frenic: How Big Is This Thing?

Our new hutch is placed in our bedroom where the lower level doors are open at all times! The hutch fits our two litter boxes perfectly. It’s big enough that we can claim our own separate levels yet snug enough that we can munch hay in the same area if we want to!
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Being a Mother Is Hard

Being a Mother Is Hard

It took all of my energy just to make it through the day. I struggled for months with horrible depression. I cried more than my baby did.⁣
I thought I would feel that sadness for the rest of my life. ⁣
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Being a Mother

Being a Mother

We often put so much pressure on ourselves to love every single part of motherhood. If we don’t always enjoy being a mom, does that make us bad moms? Does it mean we not grateful for our kids? ⁣
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