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You should put yourself FIRST…

We have all had those points in our lives when we were a bit too harsh on ourselves. It’s almost like we are trying so hard to perfect this outside exterior, so that people can just look into it. And Read more…


7 Things I wish people knew about having a prem baby.

Two years ago, prematurity struck our family. Out of the blue, it hit us. Looking back, there are lots of things I would love to tell myself now – accept help, take it one day at a time, buy more concealer and waterproof mascara. But, in honor of World Prematurity Day, (which is coming up on the 17th of November) I also wish people knew these seven things about the harsh reality of having a baby born before 37 weeks.


Dreams,changes and passions

Let’s be honest about this – we are living in a world full of sudden and unexpected changes. From our little dreams when we were kids to the things we ought to do for the week, it only shows that Read more…


Confessions of a tired super girl

“I’m just tired.”   “Sleep when the baby sleeps!” I started hearing it the day Zoe was born. Actually, I probably started hearing it way before then, but it’s likely that I didn’t pay much attention and thought nothing more Read more…


Happiness Is…

Happiness. What is happiness? I choose to believe the definition of happiness depends on who you ask. Say you ask my five year-old “what makes you happy?” You may find yourself with the simple answer of Dr Seuss or bubble baths; but Read more…


About me.

Who am I? Who knew that such a simple question would be so hard to answer? But after having this blog for a while, maybe I should introduce myself. I’m a daughter, a mother, a sister, business owner and a Read more…


“Yes, I still wear her…”

Toddlers are rarely worn for long periods of time; they like to be up and down a lot.  A good carrier will save your arms and back, let you leave the pram at home, and of course snuggle your big kid close when he needs it.


The Mom Hospital

As the owner of a digital advertising agency, I never really unplug- ever. And in all honesty I prefer it like that. When I am on my once a year vacation in December, I cart my laptop with so I Read more…


Letter to the “forgetful” dad

Dear father, 15 years ago, you came back home after work. It was a Saturday. You stormed into the house and in your terrifying voice demanded that I pack and leave with you. You made me leave everything behind that Read more…


To the depressed mom:

It’s okay. It is okay if you are sitting at work right now staring blankly at your screen. It is ok if you are at home curled up in a ball- looking but not seeing. Trying not to feel. Empty. Read more…