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We thought we had read enough books and blogs about parenthood to get us ready for Caleb’s arrival. But when we brought him home from the hospital, life happened. There is no manual or cheat sheet for the detours you’ll experience as first time parents, so we wanted to help you out by blogging about our experiences and difficulties as we raise our first child. We hope you find helpful hints, fun stories, and above all, encouragement!

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Fertility Awareness Method: Primary Fertility Signs

Fertility Awareness Method: Primary Fertility Signs

Feb 1, 2017 | No Comments

This post contains affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosures here Hello everyone! Welcome to the first, of many, segments on the Fertility Awareness Method (FAM): a practice I have and continue to use in my life. Through the FAM I was able to get pregnant after 5 months of trying blindly and unsuccessfully. FAM […]

The 5 Best Baby Registries

The 5 Best Baby Registries

Dec 13, 2016 | One Comment

If you love free stuff and coupons, you’ll have to check out our Top 5 Baby Registries. Whether you prefer online shopping or the in-store feel, we’ve got the best places for you to register at!

5 Natural Ways To Fight Off Morning Sickness

5 Natural Ways To Fight Off Morning Sickness

Dec 2, 2016 | No Comments

Morning sickness doesn’t just hit mommas expecting girls, its not always restricted to the first trimester and, despite its name, it doesn’t just happen in the mornings. It is fair game for any expecting mommies. For those of you that have experienced or are currently experiencing morning sickness, you know how it ranges from being annoying to downright debilitating!

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We thought we had read enough books and blogs about parenthood to get us ready for Caleb’s arrival. But when we brought him home from the hospital, life happened. There is no manual or cheat sheet for the detours you’ll experience as first time parents, so we wanted to help you out by blogging about our experiences and difficulties as we raise our first child. We hope you find helpful hints, fun stories, and above all, encouragement!  The blog is filled with all things pregnancy, babies and parenting. It also has yummy recipes, ways to prepare your little one for school and dental articles from Dr. Fisher!

This post contains affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosures here


 

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