It is a truth universally acknowledged that a breastfeeding mom will never be able to sleep train her child...or is it? The most common concerns I hear from parents are about night feedings. I want to be very VERY clear that I will NEVER ask a parent to cut a night time feed. That is the choice of the parent and I would never make it for them, nor judge them for whatever decision they come to. There are a few myths and misconceptions about breastfeeding and its relationship w
I don't know about you, but one of the worst things I've experienced as a Mom is waking to my kid screams and discovering that he, his pyjamas and his bed are entirely soaked with pee.
Night wakings are bad enough, now you want me to add a load of laundry to the mix?! I don't think so!! I learned a pro-tip from one of my parent friends and I'd like to share it with you! Step 1: Mattress protector Step 2: Crib sheet Step 3: Another mattress protector Step 4: Final crib sheet
My family LOVES camping! We love camping ALMOST as much as we love sleep!! Just our luck, 2017 means that all of Canada's National Parks have free entrance for the entire year!* The first time we took our son camping he was just a wee 3 month old! (Actually, he did a test run at 9 weeks in our backyard...slept for 10 hours straight, it was amazing!!) Through trial and error we learned some tips and found some items that help keep everyone comfortable while enjoying all the wo
My favourite thing about every day is putting my pyjamas back on. I LIVE for it!!!
I'd like to think I'm passing on my love of pyjamas and all things cozy to my son so that one day, I can live the dream of staying in our pj's all day doing fun stuff like making a fort, watching a movie or reading some books. It's like my number one fantasy about motherhood.
Speaking of all things cozy, babies have a really hard time regulating their body temperature (their base is about 3