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Creating a successful bath time routine with two kids can be stressful, but I am confident that I’m keeping my kid’s sensitive skin clean and moisturized with Baby Dove. While this post is sponsored by Baby Done, all opinions are my own. Adjusting to life with a toddler and a newborn has definitely been an …

I “met” (I say it in quotes because she hasn’t moved to Tennessee to be my bestie yet, and I’ve only met her online) Aryn back when I was newly pregnant with Sawyer. I believe I first ran across her and her blog through a Blogging Support Group on Facebook. When I found out that …

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sposie Booster Pads, the number one brand in diaper doublers. All opinions are entirely my own. With Grayson newly three, we’ve been slowly incorporating more underwear wearing and toilet time, but I’ve always said that it’s something I wasn’t going to force. To have …

When I walked in to my weekly Biophysical Profile Ultrasound at 37 weeks, I did not expect to not go home that night. Actually, I had Grayson and my Mom with me because we had plans for the rest of the afternoon. But, as some of y’all know, that’s exactly what happened. Sawyer came into …

The following items were graciously gifted to us, and while we’re so incredibly grateful, all opinions are always my own.This isn’t my first rodeo with a newborn and since we’re almost a month in, I wanted to share some products that are must-have items for new parents. I have been using the heck out of …

Now, I don’t consider myself an expert at all things birth, but I have done this once before. And the one thing that I can clearly remember from my last go round at this: I seriously, seriously over-packed my hospital bag. I think that this is a mistake a lot of first time Moms make, …

Truthfully, I was never uncomfortable in my own body until I realized that it made other people uncomfortable. Until I was told that I should feel uncomfortable in it. Let me tell you, having that realization as a child is heartbreaking. After having spent so many years feeling ashamed, hiding every jiggle and every roll …

It’s been nearly a year since Grayson was diagnosed with Mild-Moderate Bilateral Sensioneural Hearing Loss. You can read more about our experience with that here. He received his hearing aids in July and has been improving leaps and bounds since then! If you’re familiar with his story, you’ll know that I suspected hearing loss for …

If you aren’t following me on Instagram and Twitter (you totally should be–by the way), then you’re a bit out of the loop! Between the Holidays, moving, and being sick– I have been incredibly MIA. Which, I am so sorry for, and I’m hoping that I’m well enough to start coming back in small doses …

This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of OshKosh B’gosh; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. The Holidays are FINALLY HERE! The last three months of the year are, hands down, my favorite. From Halloween and Thanksgiving (and Fall in general), to Christmas–I always get so amped up about them …