Monthly Archives: November 2010

Nurse In Rocks Out

Joella Jarosh nurses Delilah. Are you turned on?  Neither am I.  I am experiencing a warm and fuzzy feeling as I see a beautiful baby in the cutest leggings I’ve every laid eyes on filling her little tummy with her … Continue reading

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Speaking in Tongues

This week, I’m living in a tri-lingual household – English, Portuguese and baby.  It’s an interesting dynamic because not one of us understands fully all three languages.  My husband’s mother does not understand English, but is fairly fluent in baby.  … Continue reading

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Affirmation

“No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No bye bye.  No … Continue reading

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Family Visit Anxiety

Are the carpets clean enough?  Does that candle smell fresh enough?  Why is the kitchen dirty again? I swear I just cleaned it.  Is that table sticky?  I just washed it.  I need to wash the countertops, and the cabinets, … Continue reading

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Parenting Online – Part 2

While there are dozens of articles and resources you can google on the internet to find out more information on any parenting topic you’re interested in – or be validated in any decision you’ve made – sometimes, you come across a specific … Continue reading

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Moment of the Week – 13

Mealtime means anything but eating!  My twins laugh and kiss instead.

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Toddler Tricks – 13

Ways to trick your baby: Problem:  There are crucial times in babies’ growth cycles when they seem to be fitting in the diapers you’ve always used, but they start overflowing them at night.  Each morning, or sometimes even in the … Continue reading

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Go with the Flow

A while back I posted about how hard it is for toddlers to deal with a change in their routine.  While adults may not get scared when their routine changes without their permission, they can get irritated.  Yet another way … Continue reading

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It Is What It Is

Very few parents are exempt from the terrible twos.  Whether the stage manifests in tantrums, or tears, or sneakiness, or general malaise, it tends to haunt parents of toddlers wherever they go.  For the most part, babies are well behaved, … Continue reading

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Say Bye Bye!

One of the things I’ve learned since having twins is that they are not nearly as rare an occurrence as I thought they were.  It seems everybody is a twin, has twins, knows a twin or knows someone who has twins.  … Continue reading

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