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  • The Benefits of Reading From an Early Age

    Many parents think their children begin to learn to read in kindergarten. But, in reality the process starts much earlier. The building blocks for literacy skills are laid during infancy. Reading to your child from an early age will have a great impact on your child’s future relationship with reading. read more
  • The Crib to Toddler Bed transition – WHOA, that was NOT fun!

    How old was your little one when you transitioned them out of the crib? It was just about a month ago for us, right before “D” turned two years old. read more
  • Terrible Two’s OR Just a Coincidence?

    Ironically enough, I had originally planned on writing about what unconditional love means to me, but I simply couldn’t after the weekend we just had. I guess you could say that despite these dreaded phases our children go through it’s our unconditional love for them that gets us through it all. read more
  • A Letter to My Son on his 2nd Birthday

    Last year on my sons first birthday I wrote a letter to him. Not only did I write a letter to him but I printed the entire blog I kept while pregnant, bound it and plan to read it to him post by post one day when he’s a little older (baby blog). read more
  • Bonding with your Baby

    What could be better? The anticipation is over and the day is finally here when you meet your sweet bundle of joy. Embrace it and treasure it because it truly is special. read more