Let's admit it - feeding your child with five spoonfuls of food he or she propels out instead of swallowing (after carefully stashing it deep down the throat first, it seems!) is infuriating. I've been insanely proud of my little one who doesn't seem to follow this pattern of behavior. However, he tends to have … Continue reading How To (Calmly) Deal With Food Spitting Toddlers
Getting up early every single day. Cooking all the meals, looking after kids, keeping the house in order, being a great spouse, managing family finances, side hustling during nap time and late at night, after everyone goes to bed... Life of a stay-at-home mom is difficult enough even without working from home or starting any … Continue reading Momtrepreneurs: How To Deal With Lack Of Appreciation As WAHM
Get off your computer or I'll take it away! I didn't buy you a phone so you could stare at games all day! Games are nothing but violence and profanity. You won't be spending time doing that while you're under my roof! If you're aged between 20 and 40, these phrases have most likely played … Continue reading Parents Who Game: Millennial’s Aberration Or Foreseeable Future?
Dear son, Today marks one year since you've been with us. I can tell you, it's been a roller-coaster - but dad and I loved every second of it. Instead of a great, big party we would have thrown for you - nothing too fancy, but we do have a lot of friends who love … Continue reading A Letter To My Son On His 1st Birthday
Before you get into this post, here's an update: my free 5-day course "Raising Your Child On a Budget" is now open for sign-ups! Apply here! This isn't a "crazy times are upon us" kind of post during the current COVID19 situation. (Although, yes, a lot of people have been laid off and need to … Continue reading Tips On Raising A Child On A Budget