The 3 most important words my husband can say to me isn’t “I love you.” It’s “take your time.” I know he loves me, but reminding me to do what I need, alone, & not feeling the need to rush or hurry home, tells me he respects & values me. And that’s something we all need to hear.
Big sister checking on her brother after his 4 month old vaccines.
Biomarkers in fathers’ sperm linked to offspring autism with 90% accuracy (Jan 2021, n=26) Sperm DNA methylation epimutation biomarker for paternal offspring autism susceptibility
My chubby girl
Does anyone else have this problem, new baby girl will only smile for me. She doesnt for her mother or aunts or grandparents. It makes this missus feel awful. I.cant force the baby to smile for her but what can I say or do to make the wife feel better. Also, have a photo of my little angel.
Haven't shared in a while. My son turns 7 months on Saturday. He's a ball of laughs and energy and I just love him so much!
My shirt (aka boobs aka milk machine) is shooting him looks like, SLEEP, SLEEEP, SLEEEEP DAMNIT.
Remember how, pre-COVID, those women you went to high school with kept swearing that there was an essential oil blend to cure anything? That was funny.
Graduated last August, but since I decided to not lurk as much anymore, I guess I should show off my little guy!!!
Little day hike in Greenville, NC. Building a love for the outdoors
I spend a lot of time looking at real estate that I can't afford in places that I do not live and interior design that is way out of my league for someone who uses a cheeto stained ottoman as a laundry holder.
Yep. And the bad qualities come from their father’s side of the family. 💁🏻♀️ // Credit: cerealonthefloor
"I miss the you you were when you were just born, I miss the you you were when you were six months old, I miss the you you were when you were one, and two, and two-and-a-half. And I already miss the you you are right now. Motherhood, man, it is a TRIP." Via annadenisefloor
❄️SNOW COUNTING❄️ Do you have snow? Here is a fun and easy counting activity for toddlers and preschoolers. Swipe through the see the two ways we did it. You can use Pom Poms or rocks or caps or anything to count. After that use coloured water to fill the hole and count again! The best part is that once they are done counting they can use the coloured water to decorate the snow! Check out the blog for more snow and winter activities! AGE: 2.5 years + MESS Level: medium [pack snow down to keep it from melting. Cover surface with cardboard to catch the coloured water] DIFFICULTY TO CREATE: easy SKILLS DEVELOPED: hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, imaginative play, creativity. _____________ PLaY ❄️CReaTivEly #happytoddlerplaytime #winteractivities
Wait, whaaaat?!!! 2020 has made our kids smarter in ways I wouldn't want 😂 Is this the same scenario in your house too?!. . #repost nytparenting . . . . #parenting #parentinghumor #parentingrules #motherhood #motherhoodunplugged