I’ve seen a lot of mamas ask what other stay-at-home-moms do to help offset the financial burden that can come along with having multiple children. I’ve been one of those moms. I don’t want my husband to be the only breadwinner (that’s a big responsibility!), I want to contribute financially, I want our kids to … More Working From Home/Travelling With Kids
I saw something yesterday that I cannot ever unsee. It’s been etched into my mind and I can’t stop thinking about it. I cried when I saw it. It was footage of a man somewhere in Eastern Europe where Isis members had shot his young children dead. He was crying and screaming and clutching them … More Parents, Love Your Children
I first heard of the term “bucket list” when the movie came out (The Bucket List, starring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson). The term means a list of things you want to do before you die. It’s both exciting and scary at the same time for a bunch of reasons I won’t get into. It … More The Mommy Bucket List
I literally JUST posted about feeling good as a mother and a woman, about perceiving yourself in a positive way so others perceive you in a similar fashion. But I just have to share something else quickly. I’m sitting here, outside on one of the hottest days in the Niagara Peninsula this summer. I love … More Kids and Responsibility
So many people tell me that I seem so laid-back and easygoing, that I’m cool, calm, and collected, and that I seem “so relaxed”. I blush and smile and thank them, but in my mind, my eyes are bulging out of their sockets and I’m thinking, “you must be crazy!” How can I appear to … More Moms: Think Positive; Be Positive
Last week, I was interested in getting some feedback on what people consider “healthy” lunch options for kids. (For anyone, really). While I did see some replies with things like hummus, beans, and raw veggies, the majority of replies I got contained whole wheat breads, whole grain wraps, etc. There is a myth floating around … More 21 Healthy Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Lunch
This is absolutely fascinating! It shows us how a baby’s innate need to breastfeed can help us do it properly; pain-free, and easily. It is definitely worth reading, especially if you are pregnant. I sure wish I’d known about this with all 5 of my kids! I had come to expect the typical toe-curling pain … More Breastfeeding – We’ve Been Doing It All Wrong!
What? A lettuce wrap? My kid will never eat a lettuce wrap! I once thought that, too. Even though my kids love vegetables, and salads, they seemed to dislike the idea of lettuce wraps. The trick, I found, is to let them watch me prepare them, and fill them with colourful things that they like. … More Kid-Friendly Lunch #1: Lettuce Wraps
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While my mom was visiting and helping out after the birth of our fifth baby, she made these wonderful little breakfast balls. Since she’s pretty heavy into the health food, I asked her what’s in them, knowing that it was only healthy ingredients. They’re so simple and quick to make; no baking, no mess (even … More Mom’s 3-Ingredient, No-Bake Breakfast Balls (updated)