"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
I shared these thoughts on my Instagram account and I thought you might need to read them too in these tough times. I don't mention my battles as a complain, but as a way to let you know that I've gotten this far by choosing to thrive each day as a woman and as a… Continue reading Becoming better after your battles
El otro día me dio mucha pena y coraje que alguien personalizara una taza con la frase: "No me voy a añadir este año porque no lo usé". Quizás fue en carácter jocoso, pero wn los comentarios de la foto hubo personas que se sintieron identificadas. Quiere decir que dejaron de vivir sus vidas este… Continue reading ¿Cómo podemos hacer que este año cuente?
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
Today was one tough day folks. I hope your Monday was better than any other. I want to be honest. When I feel discouraged or mentally exhausted to function, I reboot myself doing things I love and spending even more time with my son. But today my soul was very weary and I was stuck… Continue reading What to do when 3 steps solutions don’t work for you
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
1.Have a morning routine or a daily routine to help yourself have good energy and vibes 2. Drink water when you wake up, to boost your energy and flush toxins away 3. Do activities that promote your wellbeing like: meditation, reading, praying, listen to your favorite song, or exercise 4. Talk to somebody that transfers… Continue reading Motherhood in times of coronavirus: Habits and perspectives to choose from during quarantine
❤She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future. Proverbs 31:25 NLT 🙏🏻A reminder that I don't live by what I see but I walk by faith. 👩👦 . I too have felt like losing it in this pandemic. But I also get reminded that this too shall pass.👭Let's… Continue reading A reminder for all moms in quarantine
🥘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?
Wishing I was under the shiny lights of the mall... My current status is feeling very stay at home mom. If you're feeling down, anxious, angry, lonely, unsatisfied and uncertain, let me confess I've felt the same way. I even overdid house work not to think about the awful things happening in the world. But… Continue reading Motherhood in times of coronavirus: A stay at home mom lockdown confessions