We recently announced that we are expecting baby #3! We couldn’t be more excited!!! Our little ones are excited as well and we are thrilled that they are handling the news of a sibling so well.
While they are doing a great job coping with the news, my husband and I realize that this will be a big transition for them. So we feel that is important to keep them very involved throughout the pregnancy. For example, we took
Is your child struggling with accepting “no” for an answer? Are you exhausted and at your wits end with dealing with tantrums and melt downs every time you tell your child they can’t have something? If so, 1) you’re not alone and 2) keep reading because I have some tips for you in this blog post!
Oh the joy of potty training…This short-lived stage in your motherhood journey can feel like an eternity of frustration, failure, and fatigue….in addition to the pee and poop of course!
But what if I told you that it doesn’t have to be such a struggle…and that you can potty train your child with ease?! To help you get closer to your dream of dry pants and eliminating diapers from your monthly budget, I have identified the top 6 potty training mistakes I see parents make in my pediatric behavioral clinic. Avoid them and you will be on your way to potty training bliss!
Do the Holidays often overwhelm you or stress you out? Wouldn’t you rather spend more time focusing on what really matters this holiday season rather than being stressed out, over-extended and exhausted?
Well, if you answered “yes” to the questions above, then keep reading because I have the perfect tool to help you have a stress-free and joyous holiday season!
It’s finally Fall and I am loving it! This is absolutely my favorite time of year. Pumpkin patches, cooler weather, infinity scarves, seasonal coffee flavors, preparing for the holidays and spending quality time with my family really fires me up! Oh and baking (and eating) yummy goodies feeds by southern girl soul!
This year my family and I have wasted no time conquering our fall must-do’s. Fall enthusiasts, want ideas on how to enjoy fall as a family? Keep reading to find out how my family celebrates this beautiful season and download our FREE Fall Bucket List for over 25 different ideas!
Moms, I have been there. I am a dentist and I used to STRUGGLE getting my son to brush his teeth.
You would think, “Oh, she is a dentist. She knows what to do.” Yes, I know how to brush teeth, but my son was not the most cooperative patient to work with.
There was a point that every time I said “its time to brush your teeth” my son would scream and start throwing a tantrum.
One day it got so bad that I had to put him on the bed and have my husband hold his hands down in order to brush his teeth. Then a light bulb went off. This should be fun just like taking a bath or getting dressed. Why am I struggling?!