Simplicity This Summer

July 13, 2020
If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I am very open about being bicultural. I grew up with traditions, foods, and ways of doing things that are different than most folks within my community.

The Ups and Downs of Exclusively Pumping

July 6, 2020
Things are going well, even on the days where I’m a tired, milk-soaked mess, asking Delilah how she feels about formula.

Camping: A Family Adventure

June 29, 2020
Camping really should be enjoyable as much as possible. Camping with young children is demanding but it gives everyone an opportunity to explore and enjoy nature, individually and together.

Hitting the Gym

June 22, 2020
As parents, it can be so hard just to keep up with everything going on at home and often our health gets put on the back burner.

The Parent Voice for Father's Day

June 15, 2020
The important role of fathers in our lives, from baby to adult, is something we all know and understand.

The ASQ and Delilah's New Lovey

June 8, 2020
After Delilah’s two-month well-baby check-up, the Pollywog staff asked if an ASQ screening was done during the visit.

You Can’t Pour from an Empty Cup

June 2, 2020
It is officially the month of June which means we are just halfway through the year, 2020. I am a total planner and problem solver but the current situation is clearly out of my wheelhouse. Many times, I have felt a bit stuck.

Well Baby Visits and First Vaccinations

May 26, 2020
There is no 100% right way to do things when it comes to having a baby, and there’s no such thing as being 100% prepared.

Humbly & Honestly Speaking- Mental Health

May 18, 2020
Parents often feel alone; I know I have.

Preparing Meals After Baby

May 11, 2020
The first few days after bringing Delilah home from the hospital, I ate A LOT of cereal.