"He should be sleeping in his own bed by now. Get him out of those diapers already. Stop breastfeeding. He doesn't need your breasts anymore. He'll dry you out!" And the list could go on...But from what I've read from children psychology specialists and early childhood education professionals, NONE of that applies to each and… Continue reading Your child milestones’ basics
Aaaand the weekend went by as fast as we spun to get this pictures look this way. I know. . New challenges up ahead for us, for the whole family. Wanna know how we make it here? We pray and we trust God. 🙏🏻💙 Use your mind and spirit in any way it keeps your… Continue reading My secret to face new challenges
The lesson I learned while I was explaining to my son that he had to wait for his tablet to turn on. You have to wait. Because when you wait you get what's right and good for you. Because when we wait, it approaches us to the main goal through the right path. And delivers… Continue reading The wait that pays well
🥘Lunch in a foam plate. Oh we're not camping. We are under a draught in Puerto Rico, because we (yes, we) don't take good care of our resources and when it isn't raining enough, the government starts rationing our water service. . ⏲It's time my generation behaves responsibly and startegically use our finite resources to… Continue reading Water for swimming or water for drinking? Could it be both?
Crossing fingers for him to want to help me in a near future. Do your kids love their mop and broom? ... ... Cruzando los dedos para que me quiera ayudar en un futuro no muy lejano. ¿A tus hijos también les gusta jugar con el mapo y la escoba? https://www.instagram.com/p/CBEZcv9hndu/?igshid=1ciz9xt407tsx
Something I've learned as a first time mom is that you have to let your child show you what is that they want to do; because that's the area they need to develop. And so I've read from child's development professionals too. Everyday I offer my son to play specific learning games or do certain… Continue reading How I’ve learned the importance of respecting my child’s development needs
One of the tasks we all have as human beings is to face hardship or bad days in general with a smile on our faces and a triumphant perspective. Afterall, no difficulty is eternal. All of us moms regardless of our socio economic status or lifestyle know that motherhood is not a piece of cake.… Continue reading Motherhood, a piece of cake? |La maternidad,¿pan comido?
I have no idea how my mother made it divorced with two kids. I have a husband that works long hours and I'm a full time mom/housewife, working to bless my men at home and it's hard. I have no nanny, no day care, no spa breaks (I rather do my nails myself; it' so… Continue reading You got this too mama
Some women will be blessed with a natural (vaginal) birth, while others will go to the operation room for a c-section. But they are desperate to meet their babies, regardless of the way they have to come into this world. It is imperative that scholars in the area of medicine, psychology, any other professional, bloggers… Continue reading Stop selling natural birth and the C-Section|Dejen de vender el parto natural y la cesárea
Hiding some toys from my son after he's gotten tired of them works wonders. Today I decided to take out a couple of them and voilá! It worked! He loved playing again with his hedgehog from Learning Resources and a steering wheel from VTec. Have you done the same with tour kids? Esconder algunos juguetes… Continue reading What seems new it’s more fun