parenthood

Lose the Cape: Why Moms Need To Just Let It Go

I’ve been working very hard the past few weeks not to yell at my kids.  Or at least, minimize it to once per week, if possible.  Yes, that was quite the gargantuan experiment.  I love my children to the moon and back but geez, there are certainly the good days and the rough days.   […] Read more…

Nighttime Wetting Tips & Advice From An Expert #RestEasyTonight

Aah, Wednesday.  Here I am daydreaming of white sand beaches and endless amounts of refreshing cocktails while trying to budget the cost to get my entire family on a Mediterranean Cruise for the holidays all whilst robotically folding the stacks on stacks of laundry that have accumulated in only less than 48hours.  Most of which were […] Read more…

The Business Behind The Scoubidou #DreamBigPrincess

I still remember the time I told my parents at the tender age of seven years old that I wanted to start my own business of making gimp/scoubidou (or as I liked to call it ‘Scoobie’) bracelets.  But instead of money in exchange of a carefully hand-crafted bracelet, keychain or lanyard, attached to each Scoobie […] Read more…

Sticks and Stones: When Parents Are The Bullies To Their Kids

I love my kids, flaws, terrible tantrums and all. To me, they are obviously perfect. As every parent should feel, right? One important responsibility we have as parents is in building modest confidence and self-love in our children. We need to be there to teach them that flaws are beautiful and that they’re exquisite in […] Read more…

My Hope for 2016

A fresh hot cup of coffee next to me on my night stand, the sounds of Yann Tiersen resonating and bouncing off my walls, the mellow glow from the sun through my white window curtains… I’m sitting in front of my new laptop on my bed in a pensive state, reflecting and embracing the calmness […] Read more…

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