After I outdid myself as a first-time baker, in terms of both, the taste AND the look of my child’s first birthday cake, I decided I would make it an annual tradition. After the fabulous first birthday cake, I realised that it wasn’t so hard to bake a cake and decided that no matter what, … More 7 Steps to Planning, Procrastinating, and Winging my child’s Pinterest-Perfect Birthday, 2 years in a row.
…without medication or alcohol. Like I keep saying, the universe has its ways to maintain balance. So it was obvious that a highly productive day would be followed by an extremely crappy one that would need three cups of coffee and a sedative. I made do with only the former, because I am a, you … More The Secret to get through a Crap Day | Day 6/100
This day just goes on to show that a) How I start my day has a major impact on the rest of the day, and b) I am so much SANER after just one day of my husband being at home. I thought I was making a big deal when I told him it’s important … More The Secret to a Productive Day | Day 5/100
I was the fifth girl among my friends to have a baby, so I saw firsthand how social behaviour changed once my friends became parents. And then there were other people I knew, whose behaviour I observed. There was a pattern, clearly. Of course, I knew people wouldn’t be as ‘available’ as they were before, … More 101 Excuses I can make, now that I have a Baby
Babies know only one way to communicate every uncomfortable feeling – a cry. It’s easy, it’s quick, it’s loud, and it definitely gets the message across. At the very least, they get us to stop whatever the hell it is that we’re doing, and take notice. But if they thought that just getting us to … More 101 Reasons why Babies Cry