This post about our daughter’s newborn bottle feeding schedule might be a little bit scattered (because mom brain is real!). However, I wanted to share the details before they fade too much in my mind. So here’s a breakdown of our newborn daughter’s bottle feeding schedule from birth through 4 weeks old.
I haven’t published a post in awhile because – you guessed it – I’ve been dealing with severe morning sickness! I’m talking about the kind of “morning” sickness that leaves you bedridden for months, vomiting up what feels like every meal you eat, unable to work or drive, and feeling like you are hardly alive or human. It’s real.
If you’re shopping for good gifts for a 4 year old, this post is a list of my recommendations! Some are items we or another family member actually purchased for our daughter and some are just items that I know she loves or would love at her current age.
If we didn’t have children perhaps my house would actually stay somewhat organized when I put things away or my kitchen counter would remain free from disgusting dishes for more than an hour or two. If our home wasn’t brimming with life, perhaps it would be a clean and Pinterest-worthy one. BUT, if our house was not brimming with life we wouldn’t be planting the seeds to reap abundant crops.
As our daughter is just weeks away from turning 4, I’m looking back at the last year and want to share with you a breakdown of her 3 year old daily routine. The breakdown includes details about her adjusted and shortened nap times, explanation about activities that we did on a weekly basis, and some notes about snack and meal times.
In this post, I want to share with you some of the activities that we have done over the past two months to make the most of being at home each day. If you are looking for new ways to entertain a toddler at home for a morning, day, weekend, or even weeks, it’s my hope that these ideas inspire you with some of your own!