As everyone else is ushering in fall with pumpkin spice lattes and suede skirts I am holding on to the last 21 days of summer. Now don't get me wrong I love fall and all things fall, how can you not? But I don't want to wish away these last few weeks of summer. I want to savor every moment of it. And the best way I know how to do that is to sip sweet tea on my front porch until it's too cold to do otherwise. Here's one of my favorite sweet tea recipes. Bourbon and Mint Sweet
meet sarah and audrey. This is my dear friend, Sarah. Her daughter was born the same day as our son. While I was slubbing around in my husbands old college T's those first few months of infancy, Sarah would manage to throw a cute top and skirt on. She helped me realize that the way I care for myself is a life lesson of self-care for my child. So, I threw away that old T (the husband was thankful) and am slowly making time to dress myself in something other than workout gear.
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What is infant potty training?
To me, infant pottying [or "elimination communication"] is just another means of deepening my communication with my children from a young age. It's a loving recognition of another need they have and attempting to meet that need. All infants are born with the ability to recognize when they need to eliminate, which is why babies cry after they've soiled a diaper. And just as parents learn the different "cues