Leaving the house with an infant can be enough of a task, but what about with 2 under 2? Being at home with 2 under 2 can be exhausting, not just physically but mentally too! Some days I’m desperate for another adult to talk to! With a toddler running around making messes and the demands of … [Read more...] about How to Get out the Door with 2 Under 2
This cloth diaper routine is based purely on my personal preferences and what works for me and my babies. It is NOT the end all be all! Each mama should make their own plan for their unique situation. I cloth diaper as a hobby. I cloth diaper to save money. I cloth diaper because I find it … [Read more...] about My Cloth Diaper Routine with 2 Under 2
Why on earth would I want to cloth diaper 2 under 2?! Diapering two babies at once it a job all by itself, I feel like I’m nearly constantly changing a diaper. Buying disposable diapers for two babies can be less than fun too, and I have a bad habit of letting myself get really low on diapers … [Read more...] about Can I Cloth Diaper 2 Under 2?
(that’s right, two babies under the age of two!) 2 babies, under the age of 2! A post by Bridgette Guengerich My two are 15 months apart. When I found out I was pregnant with my second, my daughter was 7 months old. Staring at the word “pregnant” in the digital display of that … [Read more...] about How to Prepare for 2 Under 2
Sometimes it's hard to enjoy your children It can be a struggle to enjoy your little children when you’re feeling overwhelmed. A season of illness, a new baby, a husband who travels, school starting, or any disruption can start of cycle of overwhelming feelings. When we're … [Read more...] about How to Enjoy Your Children
Hello Friends! Today, we have a guest post from Maria Miller from East Willow Place. Maria writes thoughtful encouragement, delicious recipes, parenting help, home school ideas, and more at her home on the internet. With my crew of eight littles ages 11 through 2 years, each day is always very … [Read more...] about This is Homeschooling, Kindergarten-3rd: Keep it Simple and Fun!