Why you should keep a planner as a stay at home mama

It's no surprise that when it comes to planning anything, a pen and a paper just work the best. I've been a planner girl for as long as I can remember. From as far back as I can remember, I've been hoarding notebooks to use as planners and I can never say no to a … Continue reading Why you should keep a planner as a stay at home mama

Pregnancy: To do: 2nd Trimester

Congratulations on your pregnancy! I know I'm talking about the second trimester in this post but in case it's your first time visiting my blog - congrats are still in order! If you're in your first trimester of pregnancy, don't stress, there's a to-do list ready for it too! The second trimester was my favourite … Continue reading Pregnancy: To do: 2nd Trimester

What I wish people understood about Aspergers

Today is World Autism Awareness Day! If you haven't heard about it, each year on this day, it is encouraged to take measures to raise awareness about people with autistic spectrum disorders. Even though it's observed by United Nations member states, there is importance in raising the awareness all over the world. Being a mama … Continue reading What I wish people understood about Aspergers

Why I love having a daughter

Since I've done a 'Why I love having sons' post, it only makes sense to do one about having a daughter. One of the perks of having the best of both worlds. I have always wanted a daughter. We had two boys, and we decided that we were done with kids. Although I always thought … Continue reading Why I love having a daughter

Coping with your child’s special needs diagnosis

I remember the day so clearly, as if it was just yesterday. The drive home, hot angry tears streaming down my face. The only sound was a bubbling toddler in the backseat. The rest of the car was silent. We had just come back from the Play Therapist with a diagnosis for Kid1. He was … Continue reading Coping with your child’s special needs diagnosis