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Sharing is hard! From the earliest years, my children have struggled with the concept, and lately I’ve learned that I’m asking the wrong questions when I do try to resolve some of the arguments. (Occasionally I try to let them sort it out, but we are still in early years yet). I’ve learned not to ask, “Now, who had it first?” And give it to the child who claimed this title of “first.” Why? Let me explain. A single instance that it clicked, I was asking the wrong question. No, I don’t want my children taking toys and not being Read More
Mummy Confession: I have bad days. Bad weeks even. I often get discouraged. As a parent and a human being, I am subject to doubting my worth, questioning my purpose, and flooding my mind with useless and negative thoughts. A kind word, or word of encouragement can make so much of a difference in the way I go about my day. Being surrounded by little people and limited adult interaction all day long can be so draining! I wanted to create an initiative, if you will, to help others: Other mums, other parents, and other carers out there. Call Read More
Tree Hut Village: The Parent-to-Parent Lending/Borrowing Community Mummy Confession: I have a hard time letting go of things I’ve bought for babies, especially the “big ticket” items. Disclosure: This post is not sponsored or endorsed by Tree Hut Village. We’ve all done this, I’m sure. After having one child, and unsure about time between children, we put the car seat, the high chair, and maybe even other large items in storage. They gather dust and appear useless until needed again for years. It’s either that or sell on buy/sell pages for a few dollars more than nothing Did you know, Read More
Mummy Confession: This is my Laundry Room. The never ending vortex of doom. It just keeps piling up. The job that’s never done. And it’s funny. All of the kids are sick now, plus one teething (ie “don’t you dare put me down or leave me alone, and you can forget about an easy sleep.”) and one toilet training (ie. “I’m big and I won’t thoroughly soak my bed linens every night…”). This means the laundry is constantly piling up and never-ending. As a matter of fact, just after waking this morning, my baby coughed quite a bit and then Read More