Some women are just made for motherhood. All their inner system exist for the moment when they will become mothers and life will revolute around the offspring. But we, as a specie, are changing. This motherhood genetically settings are fading for some of us. Or maybe is the social autism that makes it fade away.… Continue reading Reality check on what motherhood means
I am pregnant. Again. And it’s not an accident. And this is just a warning. Because most probably you would have to bear with me. I may be cranky, my brain may go on strike, my hormones could make me impossible. I know that I already braced myself for this freaking 9 months. OK, still… Continue reading Here I go again!
Libraries are filled with books on parenting. Books that tell the readers what are the dos and don’ts for rearing a perfectly balanced kid that would turn out to be a great contributor to the society. It doesn’t matter if you have an extrovert or an introvert, if he is shy or not, you will… Continue reading Receits for raising a perfect child
Introducing solids to you baby may be a stressful period. Would he eat? Is he ready? How much should I give him? What should I offer? Sorry, but I will not answer this questions today. Instead I will address more the psychological part of this topic. A lot of moms refer to the meal time… Continue reading Instead of feeding your baby, eat with him
Lately I was considering buying a Multichef kitchen gadget that hopefully would have helped me prepare some dinners at home. It is just me and Bubble having dinner and even if I could live with a sandwich, she needs veggies and some carbs. And she needs them nicely presented so she can also learn about… Continue reading I need to (re)organize my life
Saturday we are taking off for 10 days. Unlike me, this time I am stressed. OK, like me when I have time to over think about something. 🙂 From 2013 and until this vacation I used to stress for my Guinea Pigs. The only exception was in 2014 when I left for 6 days but… Continue reading The stress before the holidays
My kid goes to a temporary crèche for 2 weeks. 9 days to be more specific. (Our regular crèche is closed and we had to accept another solution for these 9 days. Grandparents full-time were not an option.) I was warned by the ladies from our crèche that it may not be a good idea,… Continue reading Changes and toddlers