I was feeling pretty blue the other day…Maybe it was because my husband was packing up again to leave for the week. This whole new career of his has him traveling all week, but he loves it and I am so proud of him for making the change. Or, maybe it was because there is… Continue reading It’s been a while…
Motherhood: The Ugly Side
I have always said I would share the good, bad, and ugly along this motherhood journey of mine, so I am here today to share a story of the bad, and ugly. While my husband is kicking ass and taking names in order for us to be one step closer to reaching our family goals,… Continue reading Motherhood: The Ugly Side
6 Tips For The “I want to do it” Stage
Patience. Patience. Patience. Once your toddler hits this stage, you will discover a whole new level of patience you never knew you had. At least, I know I did. I’m here today to share some tips on how to not lose your mind while your toddler has their “I want to do it myself” moments.… Continue reading 6 Tips For The “I want to do it” Stage
Who is behind the logo?
I have finally decided on a logo for Love Learning A Mom’s Journey. If you follow me on Instagram you’ve probably noticed some inconsistency. I’m still learning and still trying to figure out that “something, something” especially with what colors I want to use. I was using a lot of pink and honestly, I am… Continue reading Who is behind the logo?
Self Care: 5 Sleep Tips For Better Sleep
For as long as I can remember I have been the worst sleeper. There are many factors that play into it I am sure. Obviously having a toddler and a baby doesn’t help with getting a solid 8 hours, however, after implementing the following tips, I can say my sleep does definitely improve. If you… Continue reading Self Care: 5 Sleep Tips For Better Sleep
My Morning With a Toddler
My toddler loves to sleep in. He usually wakes up at a very agreeable time of 5:15 a.m. and kicks his door so sweetly until I go in and ask him to get back into bed. He always says yes, jumps right back in and gives me a sweet kiss. “I’m so sorry for waking… Continue reading My Morning With a Toddler
Self Care during a lockdown: Getting out into nature!
Covid sucks. It sucks, it sucks, it sucks. It was my grandmother's 97th birthday, and while on the phone with her I had to explain why we couldn’t get together (she has some issues with memory) and my heart just broke over and over again. Hearing her ask why I haven’t dropped by with the… Continue reading Self Care during a lockdown: Getting out into nature!
My Journey With Nursing
The struggles, the triumphs, and coming to grips with it coming to and end. First and foremost, it’s important that I say it really doesn’t matter how you feed your baby, as long as he or she is fed. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, breast is not best; it is just… Continue reading My Journey With Nursing
Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Even though this year feels like the longest year we have ever had, does anybody else feel like Christmas still snuck up? I have definitely shopped different this year and did my best to shop local. I found some amazing gifts for my loved ones. One thing that hasn't changed, is leaving the stocking stuffers… Continue reading Last Minute Stocking Stuffer Ideas
7 Ways My Life Has Changed Since Having My Boys
Having children definitely changes your world. I saw a video the other day that reminded me of what life used to be like back in the day after a night out partying. It gave me such a good laugh and made me miss the old days a little bit. It reminded me how much fun… Continue reading 7 Ways My Life Has Changed Since Having My Boys