This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PawsToSavor #CollectiveBias Before having my son, I always had cats. At one point, we had 4 cats in our house. My oldest cat was the cat I had when I first moved away from home. Over time, other […]
I’ve written in the past about our potty training successes and misadventures, but lately with all the success we made, I feel like we have hit a bit of a roadblock. He has regressed some; mostly going poopie. We had a few days where he was doing great and was excited about going poopie in his […]
It has been challenging to potty train my little man, but lo and behold, in the past 2 days something just clicked. For a long time now, he had been doing great using his underwear and asking to go “pee-pee” when he had to go, but going poopie in the potty was something he just did […]
I am a big believer in keeping educational toys on hand for my son. Things that will work on all kinds of developmental milestones and will last throughout the years. I also like toys that we can use to work on not only different milestones but different educational components, like sorting, learning colors, numbers, etc. For this reason, my go-to brand has always been Melissa & Doug because they are so versatile.
Being on modified bed rest has been hard on me and especially hard on my son. He is used to going to the park often, taking trips to the zoo or museums, going to his activities (like swim class and Kindermusik), and he is used to mommy being active with him and participating in his play. I have been forced to find ways to still interact and play with him that doesn’t involve a lot of movement. It hasn’t been easy and it is still very much a work in progress, but I have found things that can keep a toddler busy and we can do together that captures his attention and doesn’t lead to me chasing him around the house. Here are a few things of the things we’ve been doing.