Nolan has arrived! Our Valentine’s day baby showed up fast and furious just a few minutes before midnight. We knew ahead of time he’d live in our bedroom for the first 6 months, so that meant time to rearrange. Our bedroom is fairly average sized, so I wasn’t sure how to do it without feeling cramped.Read More »
I’ve been making pouches for Evan since he was about 8 months old, or so (he just turned 2 recently). The entire time I’ve been using the Infantino Squeeze Station, which is just $20 right now on Amazon. I am also using their pouches, which are unfortunately Not reusable. Ideally, I’d like to buy reusable ones, but in the meantime I am stocked up with the disposable ones due to a major clearance markdown at Target — and I can’t resist clearance if it’s something I’ll use for sure.
And… I’m back! Although this is a new blog that I’m still incredibly excited about doing, I’ve been on a brief hiatus. Graduated college, celebrated my 1st Mother’s Day & 1st wedding anniversary, 30th birthday, and Evan’s 1 Birthday!! It’s been a wild month of amazing celebrations and I’m so excited to just take it easy this summer with my little 1-year-old. Thought I’d kick things off with a brief post about Evan’s first experiences with baby food, what worked and what didn’t.
At the moment, I’m a stay-at-home mom to my 8 month old Evan. I am extremely grateful being able to spend so much time with him these first few years of his life. In May, I’ll have my bachelor’s degree in management and eventually will look for a full-time career.