What is the biggest sacrifice a woman can make for her family and children? Is it to put on hold her career in order to become a stay-at-home mom and devote all her time and energy to the upbringing of her children? Or is it to miss the unpriceable, non refundable, unique first years of… Continue reading Let’s Talk Motherhood and Sacrifice
What do you do when your family doesn’t like the way you choose to raise your child? “Stay calm and agree to disagree”. So much easier said than done. Anyone who is living a daily struggle whether it is with a spouse, an in-law or a parent who strongly disagrees about a certain way of… Continue reading Agree to Disagree: So Much Easier Said Than Done
This question has become the center of my existence lately: “How do they do it!?“In addition to all the working mommies I personally know, the working mommies I encounter on the street, those I see running off to work in the morning from behind my window, I am also a member of those mommies facebook… Continue reading Why Do They Do It and Should You Be Doing it Too?
I once told a friend, “being a journalist is one of the most difficult jobs in the world”, he smiled at me and answered “being a mom will be most definitely the hardest job in the world”, I smiled back and agreed.Looking back at this conversation I realize that even though I always knew being… Continue reading The Most Difficult Job in the World
So it has been a while… A lot has happened since… My lo turned one, we moved to a new appartment in a new city and most importantly my princess started napping like “normal” kids, well at least that was the case till we hit the first year sleep regression phase! The funny thing about… Continue reading The One Year Sleep Regression
Do you believe that everything happens for a reason? I do… Even this sore shoulder of mine, I am convinced it happened for a higher purpose… I’ve been wanting to train my baby girl, or more precisely help her, nap on her own for a long while now, but even on the days I am… Continue reading Nap Attempt Number: Who’s Still Counting…
“The only constant thing about children is change” is a phrase we often stumble upon when researching topics related to babies, infants or even toddlers. Sadly, what children often tend to change are routines and rituals we worked very hard to establish in first place, but that does not mean you have to give up… Continue reading Change Is Within Your Reach: Overcoming the Four Month Sleep Regression Stage