I always enjoy reading Day in the Life posts on other blogs, so I figured I’ll try one of my own. It’s interesting to me how other people schedule their day [mostly because I am terrible at doing so], plus I’m just plain nosy. So here’s a little glimpse into a Day in the Life of a Stay-at-Home Mom of 2…
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Over the past week or so, we’ve been working on transitioning Blair to her nursery. After all, I worked so hard preparing her room before she arrived… might as well get some use out of it, right? When it comes to transitioning Baby to the nursery, a band-aid approach works best for our family: move all sleep to Baby’s room at the same time. Now that I’ve navigated this rite of passage with two little ones, I want to share some of my best tips on how to transition Baby to nursery!
Our first Christmas as a family of four is officially in the books! And wow, this holiday season was a complete whirlwind. For starters, various combinations of the kids and I were sick for about the first 2 weeks of December. Between recovering from illness and having a baby who doesn’t sleep through the night, I felt like I was on auto-pilot for most of the season.
Of course, I still wanted to do all of our favorite holiday traditions with the little ones. We just had to cram everything in super fast once we were all feeling better! I knew this would be a really fun year, since Colton is at an age where he thinks Christmas is really magical. Plus, it was Blair’s very first Christmas! And there’s nothing better than a baby’s first holiday season.
Christmas is a week away… which means it’s time to share our DIY family Halloween costume, because why not? Look, I have 2 little ones. Hence, why I’m posting Halloween costumes in December. But when they’re as cute as this Ms. Pac-Man and Ghosts costumes ensemble, I can’t let the season pass by without sharing. [And by “season,” obviously I mean “the last 3 months of the year,” which is totally a season in my book.]
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My birthday is at the beginning of October, so it’s the perfect time for some fall family fun! Since we’ve had little ones, my birthday tradition has been to visit the pumpkin patch. Well, I have another birthday tradition too: a cookie cake. Can’t forget the cookie cake!
Fall is my favorite season, and I have lots of fun doing all the “basic” fall activities with my little fam. This year, we visited a local pumpkin patch specially geared towards little kids. Colton was able to do almost all of the activities without help, which was awesome!