Complete, but Never Completed (Saying Goodbye to Disney Baby)

Last month, we went to Disneyland to celebrate my littlest love’s birthday. She’s got a soft spot for the mouse, and it was so fun recreating the magic that occurred years earlier when we took her … [Read more...]

My Speech

Last week following my speech I was encouraged and asked to share it on my blog. I had received such kind and heartfelt feedback and it was believed that my words could help others. It was after the … [Read more...]

Recreating the Magic

Ever so often we are presented with a chance to recreate magic. This month I was given the opportunity to do that. Our family traveled to the Magic Kingdom in celebration of Lola’s second … [Read more...]

Saying Goodbye to This Season

This week my oldest returned to school. It’s a marker for me – a clear indicator that summer as we know it is almost over. As the final weeks of summer slip away I find myself grasping on to … [Read more...]

How Children are Like Mirrors

The memory is a vivid one: my toddler yelling, “No Stella. Go home Stella,” as the dog circles her high chair. “Stella just wanted to say hello to you,” I tell her. “Okay,” she … [Read more...]

“Sit Here, Mommy”

This week, my littlest and I went to the park, just the two of us. We've been going more often and it has been fun to watch her confidence increase with each visit. Throughout our time there, she … [Read more...]

Happy Father’s Day Prince Charming

Most of the Disney Princesses weren’t without a prince. And at just a few months shy of being two years old, my littlest isn’t either. My oldest daughter has a sign that reads: “My prince … [Read more...]

Signs You Live with a Toddler

Although there are telltale signs that your little one has made the transition from babyhood to toddlerhood; there are also some clear indicators that you’ve made the transition to parenting a … [Read more...]

Toddlerhood

It happened. My sweet yet fiery baby girl turned into a toddler. The transition gradual, although in hindsight instantaneous. And despite my proclamations that she is and forever will be my baby I … [Read more...]

Best Friends

My two daughters are eight years apart. Just two years shy of a decade. A decade. And I honestly wouldn’t have it any other way. Once upon a time I dreamed of the day when I would grow up and … [Read more...]