Motherhood has completely changed my life, and I look forward to sharing my experiences, photos of my baby girl Sanai, and everything in between relating to my journey on this exciting, fulfilling path of parenthood.
I never thought I’d be writing a blog post on tips to get your kids to eat healthier, yet here we are. Whenever someone meets my daughter and notices how well she eats, their first question is always: “How do you get her to eat so healthy?” A quick smile and casual brush off wasRead More
Was anybody going to to tell me that there was a stage in toddlerhood more brutal than “terrible two’s“? Sanai was actually pretty tolerable around 2-3 y/o, which is probably why this current stage is kicking my butt. I’m not talking about the stage where she throws a little tantrum because she can’t wear herRead More
This post is sponsored by Dollar General. All opinions are my own. Raise your hand if you’re ready to celebrate Halloween! *raises hand* I don’t know about you all, but fall is my favorite season for many reasons. Sweater weather, pumpkin spice lattes, fall scented candles, fall fashion, Thanksgiving, and of course, Halloween! Must IRead More
Like many other parents around the world, this pandemic forced me to take on a number of different jobs all at once. Chef, maid, teacher, accountant, playmate, therapist, and the list goes on. After five months of being at home during this pandemic, I have to say that being a teacher was the job thatRead More
This blog post is in partnership with Dollar General. All opinions are my own. It’s officially summertime! The season of pool parties, BBQ’s, and water sports has finally arrived. Due to the nationwide pandemic, we’ve been home for a bit longer than usual, so keeping my daughter entertained has become a bit of a challenge.Read More
I know many parents feel like there are just certain things we don’t have to do as a privilege of being a parent. I don’t have to explain. I don’t have to abide by the rules. I don’t have to apologize. I shouldn’t have to because I’m the parent, and they’re the child, right? Wrong.Read More