Should I Comfort my Crying Baby? Thinking about crying from a baby’s perspective. After yesterday’s honest and vulnerable piece from Hailey, I asked her what she thought should follow it. She brought herself back to the time when she was Continue reading 12 Things Your Crying Baby Wants You to Know
For the glass of water, and the footrest. For finding the missing tube and moving the plant away from the outlet. For bringing the baby to me even when you knew I needed more sleep. For bagging and freezing all Continue reading Breastfeeding Dads
World Breastfeeding Week starts tomorrow. Lots will be shared about the miraculous composition of breastmilk. We will talk about what it gives to baby, what it does for mother, the diseases it prevents and the ailments that it cures. This Continue reading Breastfeeding: Listen Up World, We are Coming Together
I certainly never imagined nursing my 4.5 year old! Come on- he would be old enough to ask for it, have teeth and be eating full-fledged food for cyring out loud! But here we are, and just a few days Continue reading A Natural End To Our Breastfeeding Relationship
Nurse, nurse, nurse your children. Day and night and night and day. Wherever, whenever and for however long you both want. No need to note the time when he latches on or cover up or leave the room or hide. Continue reading Nurse Away, Mamas. Nurse Away.
Thank you for spending some time with Our Muddy Boots. Join us on Facebook or Twitter for more conversation and inspiration. Or you can subscribe to have each post delivered right to your inbox or reader by clicking that orange and white button Continue reading My Child’s Comfort is Always My Goal, and My Guide.
We can never be prepared for parenthood. We can think of things from our baby’s perspective though as is shared here in A Letter From Your Baby. Welcome to Our Muddy Boots! Please like our Facebook page, follow us on Continue reading Dear Mom and Dad: A Letter From Your Baby
Last night I went to dinner with my Mom’s Group. We spent some of our time reminiscing about our first playgroup, and acknowledged the vast difference in who we were then, and who we are now. We chuckled about how Continue reading Permission Granted: A Gift For New Families
Every once in a while I turn on the show “Supernanny”. This past Friday, the voice narrating deemed one of the most wonderful and thoughtful parenting choices my husband and I have made, “shameful.” I am an intelligent parent. I Continue reading Our Children Share Our Bed: Shame on You “Super”nanny.
Bringing home a new sibling is challenging. In order to maintain some sort of sanity I had to implement House Rule #1: Always Have A Kid With You. Time management wasn’t an issue when I brought my first baby home. Continue reading House Rule #1: Always Have A Kid With You
Yep. Not often, but I still do. I know this is shocking to some people. It happens behind more closed doors than you realize and it is sad that families feel the need to hide this choice. There are lots Continue reading YOU STILL NURSE YOUR ALMOST FOUR YEAR OLD ?!