The Universal Language of Parenthood

A nod of the head, a sympathetic look, a roll of the eye  - this is the universal language of parenthood. The empathy, judgement, and familiarity stems from sharing similar experiences. The mom in the elevator wrangling her young son who just pressed 10 floors worth of buttons sends a look, I’m sorry. The reassuring smile […]

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Free Nursery Print: On The Night You Were Born

I am thrilled to show you some of the exciting new projects I have been working on, including the free nursery print available for download below. I’ve always loved graphics and recently decided I would invest some time in teaching myself the ins and outs. Of course, it’s easier said than done, but I’m learning. […]

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6 Ways A Child Changes A Marriage

This won’t come as a surprise to many, but having a child changes a marriage. Introducing a third person into an otherwise happy and peaceful marriage is a well-documented bad idea – and when this said person is a newborn, serious changes are on the horizon. Thankfully, however, shifting dynamics and responsibilities can in fact […]

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Indoor Toddler Activity: DIY Coloring Canvas

Toddlers, small spaces, and rainy days do not mix. Creating an indoor toddler activity generally requires serious usage of the left side of my brain, but sometimes a great idea is sitting right under my nose {or my bed in this case}. A few months back I purchased an enormous roll of brown paper {48″ x […]

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Advice For Remaining Patient With Your Toddler

There are certain days within a week that I have endless amounts of patience – as food is launched across the room and I’ve peeled my daughter from my legs for the 50th time that day, I am completely unfazed. There are other days, however, when I have zero patience for even the smallest infraction. […]

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