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Sarah was a M.O.T.H.E.R in every sense of the word. She was kind, very kind. She was thoughtful and patient. She listened…even to the same words being spoken again and again…she listened like it was the first time it had been said. Sarah was compassionate. She felt those skinned knees and bug bites. Honesty, she was honest. I loved this about her. She was true to herself, and she was true to her children. Her word was her word. Firm when she needed to be, but mostly calm and caring. She had incredible style (unlike this MaMa), and she curated the perfect space for her boys. Their rooms reveal her soul. When Sarah was sick and in the hospital, I was in the boys room gathering some items they needed. I was fearful Sarah wouldn’t return to sit in their rooms, in the upholstered chairs with them, the chairs she spent days and weeks picking out the perfect material and pattern to recover them in….I was almost broken, I looked around, and I instantly felt comforted because I could see and feel her in their room. Everything perfectly matched. Nothing bought frivolously. Every item has a story, a purpose.
When you get home with your newborn, you’ll see that a large part of the day will consist of them napping. The first few weeks will consist of short naps and regular feeds. Of course, as a new parent, you may be asking yourself: “Is my baby sleeping enough?”, “Is my...
Hearing your baby cry and trying to soothe them without any success can get overwhelming quickly. It can be difficult to figure out exactly why your baby won’t stop screaming. They’re not crying just for the sake of it – your baby is telling you something very...
As your newborn gets older and can self-soothe, you can start sleep training your baby so that you can get something most new parents dream of experiencing again: a full night of sleep! When it comes to extending your baby’s night-time snooze, there are a few things...
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