After traveling solo with my 18 month old to South America, I thought I’d share some of what I learned
Traveling with a Toddler is difficult. I learned a lot from my recent travel to South America with my 18
Failure is inevitable in improv. It doesn’t matter how “good” of an improviser you are or how well you know
Body positive? What’s that? I have challenged myself to not say anything negative about my appearance in front of my
#RockingMotherhood? Am I? It is so easy to regret parenting decisions or to feel like you are not doing things
I have challenged myself to not say anything negative about my appearance in front of my daughter. (Really, I’m trying
I want my daughter to have a positive self image. Specifically, I want her to feel beautiful (inside and out).
Do I have any mom friends? I am not sure if I have any real mom friends. That’s a weird
“You are enough.” Those three words are the most important lesson I have taken away from improv. I first heard
Mabel’s Labels were part of our welcome package at my daughter’s daycare (we were required to purchase a Baby Combo Pack).