10 Quick Baby Tips We Had to Learn as First Time Parents (0-6 Months)

When I travel to other places and am forced to go without my phone, it is not the texting/ social media/ phone calls that I miss, it’s the ability to Google. I am a Google ADDICT and Google any random questions that pop into my head throughout the day. It was bad when I was […]

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When/ How Baby J Started Sleeping Through the Night (Part 2)

In my last post, I talked about how the E.A.S.Y routine, combined with the 4 hour schedule, were GAME-CHANGERS for us. In this post, I’m going to talk about HOW we implemented it and what a typical day looks like for us. But first, my usual preamble… As mentioned in part 1, now that we are […]

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When/ How Baby J Started Sleeping Through the Night (Part 1)

It seems as though anytime someone finds out you have a new baby, they want to know three things: how your birth was, is your baby formula or breastfed, and does your baby sleep? So, I felt like it was only right that as I kick off my new blog, I complete the trifecta and […]

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Why We Chose to Formula Feed

It was February 4, 2016 when David and I found out we were pregnant. When it happened, I went on social media and started following many, many moms/ moms-to-be. I wanted to know everything there was to know about pregnancy and little babies. I wanted the nitty gritty details – What made them sick while pregnant? Did […]

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Jason David: 0-6 Months

Jason is SIX months today. We take photos of him on the 14th of every month on our couch, wearing a white onesie, sitting beside his trusty teddy bear, “Mango.” (He is officially in 6-12 month onesies!!) We can’t believe that we now have a baby that is almost crawling and sitting up. It’s hard […]

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Birth Story: Jason David

A little bit of backstory/ context: Before getting pregnant, I didn’t have much exposure to the baby world until my brother and sister-in-law had their baby girl (and I became an auntie!). I didn’t know much about mid-wives/ doulas/ alternative birth plans, etc. However, I would say that I am more of a traditionalist and […]

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How a Baby Has Changed Our Life

Before David and I got married, we both lived at home with our parents. I had fairly conservative parents and I had to be home by a certain time every night. David and I didn’t live, or travel together, so one of the things I was most excited about in marriage was spontaneity. David and […]

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The Here and Now

Seven years ago, I remember sitting in my grade 12 math class and being told by our math teacher that the next ten years of my life after graduation would be some the most pivotal ones of my life. I didn’t believe him at first, but he was right. He went on to tell us that […]

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