This post is sponsored by PeckApp – all opinions and experiences are my own!
Searching phone contacts: – Isla’s mom – Park mom red shirt – Hailey (?) school picnic
Do any other moms have random entries in their contact lists like I do? It happens all the time – you’re out and about at the park, library, or school function – you watch your kids play so sweet with the other kids and even strike up a friendly conversation with the mom. You briefly exchange names during your pleasantries, but of course, you forget – or maybe you know a first name, but is that enough to stalk find her on social media so you can connect?
Enter every mom’s new best friend – PeckApp. PeckApp is a way to share contact information, from your phone number and email to social channels and Venmo, in one simple app.
I’ve been a little quiet around the blog lately because I’m working on a huge, exciting project, something I’ve wanted to do my whole life. I’m publishing a children’s picture book, set to be available late fall 2019. Want to see what’s going on behind the scenes? Join me on Facebook!
These Words Are for You, a beautifully illustrated rhyming picture book, is a must-have for every parent, child, grandparent, aunt, and uncle, and anyone who loves a child. This timeless book will be enjoyed by all generations of your family for years and years to come.
Written in a poem format, the story soulfully depicts how everything in the world – “every colorful, colorless thing in this world” – has been waiting for you. This whimsically illustrated story is sure to bring warmth, snuggles, and happy tears to all its owners.
Thank you, Mommy’s Bliss, for sponsoring this post. All opinions about these products are my own.
As a mom to three little girls each exactly two years apart, you’d think I’d have the whole newborn thing down to a perfect science.
But alas, I did not. My 2-month-old slept like a dream the first six weeks but then started getting really gassy and fussy at night.
We’ve all been there, right? Your always smiling, sweet, happy , and cooing marshmallow of a babe flips a switch and becomes, at best, sad and crying and at worst, completely inconsolable for hours on end. The culprit? Gas.
I tried all the old tricks; I used gas drops; nothing was working. While I don’t love the idea of medication, especially for my new baby, my neighbor friend came to the rescue when she offered me a brand new bottle of some miracle gas drops. After giving them a try when my husband was out of town, I was hooked. Then whenMommy’s Bliss reached out about working together, I knew it was a match made in gassy baby heaven.