Isn’t this picture already making you feel better?
Now, breeze, relax, and read this.
We all go through episodes in life that require skills and experience to be properly handled. It can be a matter of hours, days or months depending on what we are dealing with. But it always challenges our nerves. Here is how I manage my episodes:
The most important, yet difficult, is to not do or say something you can regret. This is the first but hardest part of the process. It requires a good sense of self-control that can be gained overtime. If you do not possess it, you would need to work on it.
I am certainly not gifted with such a wisdom. I like to think of what the consequences would be if I followed my impulsions.
Ignorance is bliss.Anything you say and do can and will be used against you. Life does overall a good job in getting what you ask for. Karma will do the rest for you.Read More »
I am seated here, at the cutest coffee shop, enjoying the foamiest cappuccino.
I am a stay-at-home mother and we just enrolled our 8 months old daughter in a Daycare twice a week.
Let’s take it from the start. An infant goes through all kind of development phases. Each and every one of them is a whole new challenge for parents.
The first few weeks you are sleep deprived, trying to figure things out and catch up on different tasks when baby sleeps.
The moment you become a master at it, baby doesn’t nap so much anymore. She starts turning into a mobile tiny human (that you think!). Wait until a few more months to see what’s a mobile baby!
The more she grows, the more challenging it is going to be.
At 5 / 6 months old, our daughter started developing her motor skills very quickly. I converted myself into a mono handed woman, when not mono legged…. Add to this feature, not a one-man-band, but more of a one-mom-band! Do you relate mama?!
Oh boy, the day we bought the pack and play… Best day of my life ! I then thought: “all good now”. Baby is enjoying her time playing and I can pursue projects while watching her”. Did not last very long… She very quickly learned to pull herself up against the net, dangerous since she had no grip.
At this point she barely naps one hour a day. This is pretty much where we are at today. She crawls and is at the beginning of the walking process.
Let’s face it, I have an active baby and I need a break sometimes.
We started thinking of finding a daycare when she was 5 months old. Two main reasons motivated us to do so:Read More »