First of all, thank you guys so much for all of the sweet comments on my recent miscarriage post. It really warmed to heart to know I wasn’t alone and makes it worth it to write about such a difficult topic. To all of you who shared your stories with me, thank you. I am sending you love!!
Onto a lighter note…Happy Friday!!
Remember when I was pregnant and I said that my children won’t use any technology until they are two?! Oh how I am laughing at my naive self now!!! I still believe that there should be limits on it and that there is definitely a time and place for it (i.e. NOT at the dinner table or in a restaurant), but sometimes it can definitely come in handy! I especially love when he can use it for learning. Kidloland recently reached out to me and asked if I would like to review their app and I have to say, I’m pretty impressed with it! It has a ton of different games, nursery rhymes, stories, and activities for Grey to do. There is a lot that he isn’t quite old enough to figure out yet so I love that it’s something he can grow with. Grey absolutely loves it and his favorite is the Wheels on the Bus song! You can download it from the app store, the google play store, and the amazon app store. OR even better, you can enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post and win a free three month subscription! The best part? There will be THREE winners!! Enter below!
Are you guys into the choker trend? I like it on other people but I just don’t think I could pull it off!
This homemade cashew coffee creamer looks amazing!! I think I’ll make some next week.
Blanket scarves from Target!!! Only 25 bucks!!
“Simply advising all parents not to bed-share – regardless of their individual circumstances – fails to reflect the knowledge we now have about individual-level risk factors and benefits. For some, bed-sharing is a risky activity indeed; but for others – who breastfeed and don’t smoke, consume alcohol, drugs or awareness-affecting medication – the benefits for the mother’s and the baby’s health, development, and wellbeing may outweigh any risk.” I took this from a very well written article on bedsharing. You can read the whole thing here.