Today was Day 1 back at the babysitter since Thurday's fiasco. Baby girl was sound asleep when I dropped her off. She looked so angelic and I hoped that she wouldn't be too upset as my babysitter offered her a bottle.To prepare for this day, I started giving her a bottle again on Friday. We learned that she only liked the bottle very hot. Makes sense. I would assume that Continue Reading
Bottles & my Journey through Weaning
Last Thursday, I got yelled at. That might be an exaggeration but that is how I felt. My babysitter was having a hard time giving the baby a bottle. It's my fault. She didn't yell. I was just more annoyed at myself. I love my babysitter and I felt like I let her down.When I returned to work in May and June, we had a great routine. She would have bottles during the day and Continue Reading
New Month – New Beginning!
August is here and the summer is half way over. New ventures and beginnings are coming my way. As I sit on the couch, attempting to go to bed, but just not getting up, I think about the priorities in my life. All this BlogHer '10 talk has me thinking - focus on what is important to me. What is important to me? The first word that comes to mind is TIME. By going to BlogHer, I Continue Reading
What a Whirlwind Day!
Yesterday I became stranded after a doctor's appointment. My car wouldn't start - the battery was dead! Luckily, DH left work to get the girls at camp, then came to get me and the baby. Out of a bad situation, there were many positives:the weather was much cooler - even a lovely breezethe baby fell asleep in the Bjornmy husband was able to pick up the girls on timeWhen we Continue Reading
The Birth of a Blog!!
Welcome to my blog! Raising Three Savvy Ladies is finally here! The last couple of months, I have been thinking of ideas, searching, and looking for inspiration. With my oldest two at camp, and my youngest, happy and fed, I said "Now is the moment.. do it now..". So here I am! Blogging away.Before January, I was a Facebook geek, not really knowing much about social media. I Continue Reading