motherhood

Week 42 Around Here {2019} – Parenting Twins Article

Flashback Photo: Can we even believe how identical the twins look here?I thought Logan was Jack until I looked at Jack.  Just wow. Loving… the fall leaves on all the trees lately.  Carly and I stood quietly for a few moments at the twins school on Wednesday just staring as the wind shook leaves from the trees and they fluttered quietly to the ground.  It felt like magic. Along with the fall, of course, comes some preparation for the colder…

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Week 39 Around Here {2019} – Parenting Twins Article

{Rock Paper Scissors at the vet with Jack} Painting… two of our three bathrooms on Saturday while Josh had the kids at the land with his parents and brother.  I started with the downstairs bathroom which had been a color called pumpkin marshmallow.  I painted it a soothing green-ish color called Breezeway by Behr, and I love the result.  When we paint the trim, it’s going to look really sharp in there. Then I moved on to our master bedroom,…

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Reiki Energy Healing with Karen – Parents Article

This is a little bit different from one of my usual parenting blogs but I actually think it’s one of THE MOST IMPORTANT. Today I’m talking self-care and why as a parent self-care is a MUST. Unless you practice self-care how can you give to your children? Just over 12 months ago I started on my energy healing and reiki journey completing the holistic approach to wellness for parents. In modern-day Australia, we are living without the traditional village. Parents…

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The 5 Sweet Words Your Athlete Needs You to Say – Foster Parents Article

I am not an athlete. I do not run unless someone is chasing me. But God has given me athletic children and I am learning what it means to be a good soccer mom/gymnastics mom/cross country mom, etc. I think the most important lesson I’m learning is that there are very few things it’s acceptable to say to your athlete after a disappointing performance. This lesson was reinforced to me this last week when my son didn’t do as well…

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DIY Playhouse Makeover – Parenting Twins Article

DIY Playhouse MakeoverCopyright © 2019 · Vivienne on Genesis Framework · WordPress · Log inOnce you approve this once, it’ll disappear forever!This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Reject Read MorePrivacy & Cookies Policy This is only a snippet of a Twins Parents Article written by KatieLamb Read Full Parenting Article

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Dad and Buried – Parents Article

Ever wonder if I’m gonna have another kid? (Please.) How I deal with tantrums? (Not well.) What I miss most about my pre-fatherhood life? (Everything!) Well you’re in luck! In the latest episode of the Dad and Buried Podcast – our 30th, because somehow we’ve been doing this for more than half a year already – my co-host Pete and I answered a ton of questions from listeners. We talked about the first time we met each other, what we’d…

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Dear Dorothy, on your third birthday – Parenting Twins Article

Dear Dorothy! Happy birthday! You are 3 today and are a proper little girl now. The year began with an extremely rainy birthday party with all your friends. Despite the rain you had a fab day! Your fiery personality has just grown and grown this year with you screaming a lot when you get cross, throwing, biting, you name it! But I love your passion and your fire! You are a sociable and confident little girl and you enjoy meeting…

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Toxic And Bad Mother-Son Relationship Effects Can Be Everlasting. The Story Never Told Before | Indian Parenting & Motherhood Blogger – Parents Article

by Swati Mehra The love of a mother is not always unconditional. Sometimes it leads to a share of pain. Bad mother-son relationship effects can be everlasting. Here is a story which should be told as often as possible Mothers are perfect, and their love profound. Haven’t we heard this always? Everybody loves their mom. Right? Well, maybe not always. There, my friends, exists a world of mommy issues, the companion to the ever-so-infamous daddy issues. Mother’s influence on the…

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The Kind of Mom They Made Me | – Foster Parents Article

I have a serious issue with baking bread. In my mind the world is divided into two kinds of women:  those who bake bread and those who don’t. I have happily been in the “those who don’t” category for my entire adult life. Baking bread has always gone hand in hand in my mind with wearing denim jumpers and believing bowling alleys are the gates of hell. I’m not proud of these assumptions, I’m just telling you how strongly I…

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9 Hacks to Make Twin Life Easier – Parenting Twins Article

Diaper changes, nap times, getting dressed, and meals can be difficult to navigate with one baby. When there are two, and twice as many baby items to juggle, there are twice as many opportunities to derail even the best laid plans. With a little bit of creative planning, and some luck, you can spend less time juggling and more time enjoying double the joy with your twins! twin life easier 1. Buy In Bulk If there is one thing I…

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