By now, I've been awake for a few hours. Yesterday was Mother's Day and if we're being honest, I spent it in bed. All of it. Right there is where my husband brought me coffee, showed me my gift and later brought me dinner. I roamed Netflix, social media every now and again and barely [...]
I published blog post this morning about flying solo with my daughter, and my husband wanted to share his side.
The other day, the need arose for Sio and I to travel alone. Up until that time, we traveled as a family. My husband was a tad concerned, asking numerous times if I was sure I'd be okay mostly because our child is frisskkyy!
To accurately describe the still very young journey of motherhood that I’m on is to fail, and do so miserably. What I can say, is that although I remember life before my nugget, it strangely seems she has always been here. Maybe it’s her energy that was here, helping us to love her even when [...]
These last few weeks, watching Siobhán grow like a weed and immersing myself completely in the experience of being her mom, I've been hit with an unexpected conundrum, baby fever. I feel it wash through me everytime I look at my child, or see one younger than her. I look at her baby pictured wrought with [...]
On October 13, 2016, my most precious bundle of joy was born. It feels like just yesterday that I heard the doctor say "Siobhán is out!". She was so tiny, even her newborn clothes were big. My husband hogged her for the first few weeks. The only thing I would get to do was feed [...]
I had my daughter 6 months go today. WOW! Just... wow! Already I have found myself several times over looking at pics from the day (night) she was born. She changed, grown so much. Will it always be this fast? My heart might not be able to take this. I love this kid so much! It's [...]
When I had my baby, I was starting from ground zero on the knowledge of comfort scale. Most of the women I had giving me advice hadn't had a baby in at least 10 years, so I kind of had to figure it out on my own as far as small comforts were concerned. So [...]