A SOCIAL MEDIA ETIQUETTE QUESTION WAS ASKED… A super smart friend of mine, just posted this question to her Facebook profile and tagged me (along with several other social media professionals) [side note: the Facebook Plugin was unkind and didn’t let me embed the post, […]
I’ve been trying to write this post for weeks, long before I joined the Blog Hop on the topic. I can’t seem to get the words out with any sort of meaning behind them. I want to say I’m a working mom and proud. I […]
DIY Super Hero Birthday Party
Little man turned one! And to celebrate we had a DIY Super Hero Birthday Party that turned out amazingly. We had a bounce house and a hot dog cart, capes, a photo booth complete with super hero photo booth props, and the biggest hit of the day: a Punch for a Prize game board.
This party was a good combination of DIY and store bought. I went a little above and beyond financially because it was my son’s first, but the DIY elements helped bring the cost down.
5 Ways to Automate Your Website A website can be a really useful tool for your business. You can use it to sell your products, build your community and increase your credibility by sharing valuable information. You can even automate your website, so it can […]
It’s a phenomenon I see all too often – in my clients, my friends, myself. Successful women who are bright and hardworking, but can’t shake the feeling they aren’t living up to their potential; that they are failing somehow. It got me thinking. Why is […]
Infant Sign Language Wouldn’t it be great if you could communicate with your infant? If instead of trying to decipher his different cries, he could just tell you what he needed? Well, it is actually possible and not all that difficult either with baby sign language. Zay […]
Sleep Training my 10 month old in 8 days or less
Zay has never been a great sleeper. Think back to his 4 month sleep regression that lasted well over 2 months. Also understand that I have had to physically rock him to sleep every night and for every nap. He has never, and I mean literally never not even one single time, dozed off on his own. It has always required some sort of motion, and work, on my part.
Lately though, he has been unbearable at bedtime. We sit in the glider for 2-3 hours nodding in and out of sleep. The second I put him in his crib, no matter how long his eyes had been shut in my arms, he pops up onto all fours (sometimes even to a full stand) and begins screaming his head off. I pick him up and his eyes immediately shut and he goes limp again. We do this for hours. Every. Single. Night.