When it all gets to be a bit much...

It’s been (another) one of those weeks. You know the kind I’m talking about? Where no matter how carefully you plan, your plans blow up like a grenade hit them, one thing does lead to the other and no, absolutely none of it is something you can ignore and not deal with or there will […]

Parental Patience: How to keep from Losing It


Hello dear readers! This week I am so truly thrilled to feature one of my favorite mama bloggers, the lovely Amy of Her blog is such a beautiful place to escape to while simultaneously being a refreshing dose of reality. I adore her writing and I know you will too. Make sure to subscribe […]

Activities To Develop Pre-Writing & Fine Motor Skills In Toddlers


I am so excited today to feature Pranita from! Pranita is a wonderful source of inspiration, and a truly beautiful woman and mother, inside and out! Please follow her on her social channels below so you can enjoy her wonderful ideas, tips, and general amazing-ness and then enjoy her post below on fantastic and easy to do […]

Announcing...Let's Talk Live Mama!

I am so very excited to announce the latest in a series of LIVE interactive broadcasts featuring other amazing mamas, we have such fun and would so love you to join us! Come talk to us, share stories and ask questions! The current schedule is listed below and will be kept constantly up to date! If it’s […]

On Raising a Gentle Dreamer

Two of the things I believe strongly in are that no two children are alike, and that a great amount of who we are is born within. Nurture certainly plays a tremendous part, but I do believe we must adjust our nurture according to each child’s nature. While certain things are the same, I parent […]

On Raising a 'Sensitive and Emotional' Child

  Despite being twins, my babies are remarkably different little humans, I am reminded every single day as to their uniqueness. This was a lesson I had to learn at first, to not compare them (see my earlier post where I talk a little about comparing babies in general here). My son is a sponge, he […]

It's Your Thing...Do What You Wanna Do (Even if Everyone is Judging You For It)

We’ve all talked about mommy shaming. We will talk about it more. Daddy shaming, mommy shaming, shaming in general is just a big pet peeve of mine. I was talking to my mother yesterday and she mentioned, “When did it become so wrong to have differences of opinion and be able to have a civil […]

Ten Things I Would Tell Beyoncé about Having Twins

Beyoncé just announced that she will be giving birth to twins. Besides my slight jealousy of her incredible maternity photoshoot, and the undeniable fact that the contrast in our social status will yield several differences in our experiences being twin moms, (for example, I doubt having a housekeeper is an issue for her), there are many […]

In Defense of Using Technology as a Mom

The other day, I did the seemingly inevitable. I dropped my phone in the toilet. I was rushing, trying to answer an email while simultaneously taking a fast pee break and SPLOOSH. There it went. I immediately turned it off in a panic, burst out of the bathroom frantically and dashed it into a bag […]

We Went on a Date

The other day, my hubby and I went on our first solo date sans kids since their birth. I know that might seem extreme to some as our babies are about to turn fourteen months old, but the facts are that with their being breastfed bottle rejectors leaving them anywhere without me just wouldn’t have […]