We all go through changes in our life, but rarely do we stop to think about how our body's most intimate workings change. For menstruating folks, the changes we experience with our periods are sometimes rapid, sometimes gradual, but hardly ever consistent. If you are reading today as a … [Read More...] about Changing Tides: Navigating my period through weight gain, disability and motherhood
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Let's talk about some ideas for quiet time activities. My Littlest is still napping during the afternoon, and my now 5 year old doesn't. So we've found many things to do when the little brother is asleep and the rest of us have to be quiet. These are also great options for days when the weather … [Read More...] about Favourite Quiet Time activities
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Using a carrier in a wheelchair can be tough. You need to find one that's comfortable for both you and your child, and doesn't hinder your movements. I received this carrier from Fidella to review and, let me tell you, this fits the bill! It's a toddler sized (they sell a baby size as well) and it's … [Read More...] about Fidella Fly Click Plus Review: a toddler carrier that’s actually comfortable
Now that my Littlest is out of diapers, I wanted to share my thoughts on "diaper free by two." I'll talk about how I've set flexible expectations, and changed my definition of the words "potty trained." I like to tell people my son isn't potty trained, but I am. Last summer we did the three day … [Read More...] about Tips for potty training and a realistic look at “diaper free by two years old”
Any number of reasons could be causing you to read this article right now. Maybe it's a rainy day, or maybe you've got a baby sleeping and a preschooler to entertain. Or perhaps, like me, you've got a chronic illness that is making it really difficult to keep your kids happy and busy because you … [Read More...] about 5 Low-key activities I do with my preschooler and toddler