Logan now knows to clap his hands by himself when you start to recite “Pat-a-Cake” to him. He gets so proud of himself and it makes my heart so, so happy. I never tire of seeing children’s faces when they learn something new or discover some kind of ability they didn’t realize that they had. He can’t “roll” it yet, but he knows that Mama … Continue reading Pat-a-Cake, Gymnastics, and “Yes Sir, No Sir”
One of my good friends (Helloooo Amanda!) is adopting a baby girl that is due in May. Yay! I can’t WAIT to see her precious love. We’ve had several conversations about what you REALLY need and what is “nice to have”. She’s going to be a single mom and like any new mama, she is going through the lists of what she needs to prepare for … Continue reading Necessities!
In part #1 of this series, we discussed what you need and how the process works. If you are anything like me, you are wondering when to start which foods and how MUCH food that your child should be eating for each stage. This was given to me by a good friend and it has been my saving grace throughout this process. I hope this helps … Continue reading Chef Mama Part 2–Making your Own Baby Food
I’m in no way claiming to be a pro at this, but here is what has worked for us, how we did it, and how Logan has responded. I didn’t “plan” on making his baby food upon his birth; however, when it came time to start solids it just made the most sense for our family. It’s much healthier (no preservatives or added coloring!), half the … Continue reading Chef Mama Part 1–Making your Own Baby Food
I stole this from my friend Laurie’s blog today. Laurie is an amazing mama to four beautiful kiddos and I appreciate her more than she probably knows. Please visit her blog, Adoption Creates Families when you get a chance. You will not be disappointed! Thanks for posting this, Laurie. I love it! A baby is placed in a well-woven basketIt moves with the currentcarrying its … Continue reading Tidbits