From One Nap To None: 3 Survival Tips For First-Time Parents

When I was pregnant with my son, I was promised a fairy tale that never came true (it was one of many empty pre-labor promises, as it turned out). "Your kiddo will be napping in the afternoon at least until the age of 5", said many optimistic - and lucky - parents to me, based … Continue reading From One Nap To None: 3 Survival Tips For First-Time Parents

Mom’s Den Is Celebrating 100th Blog Post Today!

I feel kind of bad about it, but I only realized it's my 100th post the moment I thought: What am I going to write about today? I suppose that's a good thing, though, because time seems to be flying by! First of all, I wanted to thank all of you for reading my posts, … Continue reading Mom’s Den Is Celebrating 100th Blog Post Today!

3 Things I Found Out Too LATE In Life (Even At The Age Of 25)

"You're never too old to learn." I hear this all the time, and I'm sure you do, too! While it may have some truth in it (you're never too old to acquire information and process it, yes), I feel like it can't be completely taken for granted. There are mistakes we can still make, and … Continue reading 3 Things I Found Out Too LATE In Life (Even At The Age Of 25)

A Personal Letter I Wrote For My 16 Month Old Baby Boy

Dear boy, First of all, I need to work harder on not calling you baby as much. Both you and I know you're not one anymore; every time you point at babies in your little children's books and say: "Mama, baby!", I know what you're thinking. From your own perspective, you're a little man now, … Continue reading A Personal Letter I Wrote For My 16 Month Old Baby Boy

How To Survive With Your Baby In The Hospital

From the moment you land on this kind of post, you can tell: there's no way someone will write about this kind of thing if they haven't lived through it. It's just not a topic you carelessly dab into, hoping to make someone feel better or increase your website's traction. It's just not possible. Therefore, … Continue reading How To Survive With Your Baby In The Hospital