The worst thing a parent wants to hear when they're deathly sleep deprived, especially when they have been putting every last bit of energy into teaching their child to sleep, is that they are making things worse, not better.
But it happens. And it happens surprisingly often.
You don't want to be this person, and I don't want you to be this person. So let's talk about one of the main ways to avoid
With baby number three, I decided I'd go ahead and
I'm going to get more into various sleep training methods so that those of you pulling your hair out wondering how to get your little one to sleep will have more methods to choose from--and more methods to make you feel indecisive. I will try to
Labels: sleep training
We've finally reached that age, you know, the one where you can finally use the Bumbo Floor Seat! I love this time because it gives baby one more perspective to be entertained from. And it gives me a moment hands free.
I've had so much fun with all things girly since Stella has been born and I adore the new magenta gumbo floor seat. Stella looks so cute in it. And as a plus, it now has the harness which
Labels: product reviews
Instead of latching on and chowing down, she's on and off and smiling and cooing and looking to see who just walked in the room and what not. Pretty much anything, even a shadow, is distracting to her (and other little babies her age too). It's darn cute, yes, but it can also be pretty annoying.
Instead of taking 10-15 minutes to eat, it may take 45 minutes (and voila, dinner is burned!). Instead of pulling off nice and calmly, she may pull off distractedly with her mouth still very much latched on (um, ouch!). And instead of getting