Do you remember the days of complete independence?
Author Archive | Xochitl S.
Many times our experiences can change our minds about things. Of course, it is important to share and yes, I teach my son to share. However, I don’t make him give up what he is doing to share. I had an epiphany one Friday morning after toddler story time at our local library. Although it […]
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, however, all thoughts expressed in this post are my own. I have always loved shopping online, it’s something about the convenience of delivery and the avoidance of long lines that has me hooked. It wasn’t until recently, that I tried my first grocery delivery service. And for all those […]
My loving husband, I will never outgrow you. A lot has changed since we were first married. Back then we seemed to agree about almost everything… we were both on the “same page.” Foolishly I thought it would always be that way. But, that’s not the reality in any marriage or relationship; people change, life […]
We all have them, dirty little secrets, whether it’s hiding from your kids so you can sneak in some alone time or wearing the same shirt two days in a row and not caring. My dirty little secret included a trash can and a bunch of rotten produce. I never paid much attention to the […]
On the day my son turned one, he also turned into “THAT” child. I knew that gentle parenting was the parenting approach I wanted to take. If my child felt safe and securely attached, he would not only have a higher IQ, but he will also develop a healthy emotional intelligence (EI.) But on this […]