Month: June 2014

Whew, the Stages of the Diaper Change

As a baby grows into a toddler, the relationship with the diaper changes. Every time things get a little easier, they also get a little harder. But I guess if we had the same diaper problems from year 0 to potty trained, we would feel bored so “yay for variety?”. In the first stage we use the cute tiny little… Read more →

How do We Stop Tragedy?

Last week Portland was hit with a sad day. Another school shooting at a high school. My heart is heavy thinking about how there appears to be no end in sight to these acts of violence. I wonder if we will become desensitized as a culture to these acts as they are growing in numbers, or will something change. And… Read more →

The Truth about Bedtime

In the days without kids, I imagined how fun it would be to read my future children bedtime stories, tuck them in for the night, and see them doze off. I imagined all the good stories we would enjoy together, the perfect kiss good night, and how they would sleep soundly. I did not have a clue about what bedtime… Read more →

Essential Oils for the (Working) Mom

Today I’m introducing my first ever guest blogger: Tess is a full-time Event Coordinator but her true passion is being an essential oil educator and wellness advocate.  She lives in the Pacific Northwest and loves helping people empower themselves to take control of their own health, live consciously and live happy. Please visit her blog on essential oils and get… Read more →

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