Sometimes writing for this blog is like therapy for me. It helps me to type something out and really focus on something I’m struggling with. Do you ever just have to talk something out with someone else and then it makes total sense to you? You finally know which path to take? Yeah, that’s what
1. SOMETIMES YOU FEEL LIKE A NUT … I know Melissa just posted about this frequent CTWM topic, but it turns out that my three year old has food allergies. So my brain has been dwelling on her and the myriad forms I’m being required to fill out (for two separate school-day/child care programs).
This is Nora. She’s nearly two. Nora still loves to nurse. We don’t do it as often as we used to. As a busy toddler, sometimes she just can’t find the time. But she still absolutely needs a snuggle first thing in the morning, and usually looks for me when she’s tired or when she
We have finally Weaned! ~ My little man has just turned 17 months and we have been slowing down and cutting back for the past few months. I thought we would stop at a year but it worked for us so I kept going. But when your little one can point and demand “Mulk” and
ADVENTURES IN TANDEM NURSING is the actual title of an actual book. It is published by La Leche League and was loaned to me by my midwife, who suggested I read it after I commented that my 17-month-old has not weaned despite the fact that I am midway through my second pregnancy. In fact, it