Sometime I love to give my small stage to my fellow mom bloggers and hear other stories than mine. This is the case today and I am glad to host Kimberly from the family blog Raising Rome and Rio. Kimberly is committed to allow her family to have a healthy lifestyle and she constantly researches… Continue reading Starting a healthier lifestyle | a guest post by Kimberly from Raising Rome and Rio
Yes, you can have a laugh at this post. My last favorites' post is as old as last October! I tried to commit to a monthly schedule, but I always had better content to publish and prioritise, so I guess that's good news anyway, isn't it? I anyway collected and noted down my favorite things… Continue reading February’s favorites: motherhood, humour, and a great podcast
Vaccines. One of the hottest topics among parents of my generation. After doing our research, my husband and I decided to have our kids vaccinated according to the national health recommendations. However, we still cannot fully wrap our heads around the influenza vaccine. The vaccine is not included in the recommendation list, but it's strongly… Continue reading Influenza vaccine for your child: yes or no?
I struggle to write this post, as it feels so terribly personal and we are just getting out of the woods. However, other people's stories helped me a great deal in the past months and I feel I can give back with my experience. If I can help one adoptive parent with these negative feelings,… Continue reading Adoption baby blues: it’s a thing
Be advised, this post will mostly be a rant. In the past few years I grew more and more disappointed about grocery shopping. We are far from being a green family, but we are shocked by the amount of waste we produce and by products' tracking and origin. I was standing at my local grocery… Continue reading The stress of grocery shopping
When it comes to stress management, I am definitely on a path of learning. Quite recently I realised the root of many of my issues was that I was not sensitive to my inner red flags. By nature, I am not a people pleaser. I proudly do not care what most people think. When it… Continue reading How I manage the parenting stress
After getting kid number two, I understood one thing: I have to pick my battles. When E. joined us, he would refuse almost any fruit or vegetable. I was fighting to teach him more important things and I couldn't battle on food as well. Beside that, it was a war I could not win against… Continue reading Hidden vegetables recipes for your picky eater