“Can you believe tomorrow we will finally be parents?” My husband said as we walked out of our favorite steakhouse the night before our scheduled c-section. My excitement and nerves were at an all time high. I was about to become a mom, a twin mom! We were beyond ready for the momentous day to
Knowing that I would be having a planned c-section wasn’t overwhelming or upsetting to me. It took us 4 years to conceive and by the time that we got pregnant, all I wanted was to get my babies to Earth safely. For me, and my large fibroids standing in the way, that meant a planned
Thank you Dole Food Company for sponsoring this post to help bring at-home nutrition-based resources to families during this uncertain time. I had my first class of first graders 15 years ago. During my time as an educator, I was a classroom teacher, an interventionist, and led the support team to help students who needed
Just when you get on a call with your boss, does one kid came in screaming with a bloody nose, while another kid starts yelling, “I pooped?” Do you find yourself wondering, “How am I going to get anything done with all of this craziness going on?” Don’t worry, we’ve got you! Here we are,
Teaching your kids from home can feel a bit overwhelming for many reasons. How do you work from home while teaching your kids at the same time? Where do you start? There are a lot of questions circulating right now and we’re hoping this resource will help get you going in the right direction so
More, please. My kids always are asking me to make more of these no-bake energy bites, which is why my fridge is usually stocked with these little gems! I started scouring the internet when my twins were little for an easy grab-and-go midday snack that I could toss in my purse or diaper bag. I
I meant to exercise today but… Insert excuse. Or better yet, one of my kids came down with a cough and now I can’t go to the gym unless I infect all the kids in the daycare. Sound familiar? As a parent, I find that this is happening to me than I’d like to admit.