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A Little CrunchyA Crunchy Parenting Blog for all those little crunchy topics like homebirths, breastfeeding, living green, safe toys, homeschooling and more. I hope you find something here that will help you in your time of need because let’s face it, this parenting thing can be hard. As soon as I became pregnant the parenting advice that friends and complete strangers at Starbucks gave started to become a bit overwhelming.
Did I hate the advice, not all of it…I was an eager sponge willing to drink up any knowledge that would prepare and make me a great parent. When my girlfriends and I think back to our mental thought process as excited, yet anxious first time preggos it’s hilarious. I gave birth at 3 am on Wednesday and by Saturday I had my mom driving to Babies-R-Us to purchase pacifiers.
You are so right Erin- you have no clue until the baby is there and your living in the moment! I stumbled upon your blog while on Pinterest doing some research on baby #2, and I love it. Before we launch into my favorite pins of the week, I want to share some exciting news with you!
I’m teaming up with Amy McCready and Positive Parenting Solutions to offer another FREE parenting webinar on Thursday, September 12th at 9 pm ET.
Last April, more than 250 of us joined together to take this course, and we weren’t disappointed. This hour-long course will give you simple solutions to some of the most annoying behaviors that you have to deal with as a parent. For those of you that are visiting for the first time, every Thursday I share my favorite, most pintastic pins of the week. As part of this ongoing series, I’ve created a Pintastic Pins of the Week board on Pinterest. Hi, my name is Anna, and I'm here to share my stories, make you laugh and help you feel better about your crazy, messy, fabulous life. The challenges of parenting can be so difficult for some so it’s wonderful you are offering a helping hand to those that need it. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License.
She is also the founder of Love, Play, Learn, sharing kids’ activities, crafts, and fun that encourage learning through play. When you purchase a car you always have the ability to pop the glove box open, thumb through a few pages and find how to program your garage opener or learn how to change that flat tire. The advice is effective, easy to implement – and has made a huge difference in how I parent my three kids. There will be a different theme each week, and everything I talk about on air will be pinned to this board.

She has a passion for learning and play and is dedicated to creating a family full of love. I had planned not to give my first born a pacifier because I heard that it’s a horrible habit to break.
You see prior to becoming pregnant I had worked so very hard with a trainer for months to shed 14 pounds.
I now know that there was nothing I could have and still can do about my post partum depression. A big part of me was nervous what other moms would think of me if I pulled out Lily’s binky at the store to ease her cries. At 3 am going on four weeks of barely any sleep, where is the flipping parenting manual on how to accurately handle a weeping baby who won’t go back to sleep and a husband who is trying to “act” like he’s sleeping 10 inches from you??? I enjoyed reading this and everything you said is true… I always say everything is trial and error with your baby, everyday is different but just remember you are an amazing and loving mama to Lily and your doing a great job raising her!! I would like to say that we will have it down pat when a second one comes along, but some of my girlfriends who have just given birth again say that if feels like they are a first time parent all over again!!
I had a list of things I planned on doing and things I would never do during pregnancy and with my baby.
But on the other hand, I also successfully potty trained my oldest and saw her great emotionally maturity.
My body had packed on the weight after a year of severe allergies that were only tamed after multiple strong steroid prescriptions and my fight against Lyme Disease. BUT I now know that I have a much different perception on parenting and life than I did before Lily was born. This post makes me stop and take a moment to really enjoy this very crazy time in my life!! Finding happiness in motherhood was my number one goal of the year and in some ways I succeeded and others I failed.
I had planned to remain healthy during my pregnancy, eat veggies {this one gets a hard laugh} and refrain from binging on cookie dough.
Getting back into shape was so hard and I made the vows that when I became pregnant I would work hard to stay healthy.
I’m so very blessed to have had some girlfriends give birth around the same time and we started a playgroup every Friday. As your kid gets older you are continuously learning your role as a parent for that particular stage. It might work for some, but for this momma constant hunger for my body to produce so much milk left me in tears. But all the guilt I felt from breaking these stupid rules I placed for myself as a mom only made the depression worse. When a kid at playgroup or at a store had a drippy nose I was nervous that Lily would get it.

I was so nervous about being judged about whipping out the formula than pulling out my boob. Just try and enjoy the moment and try not to look ahead….you will miss the toddler days tantrums or no tantrums.
We would lay the babies on the ground to play while we had a glass of wine, gossiped, shared our stories and sometimes cried it out. I shared some of it with you, and I thought that I would share with you my top 10 parenting tips posts in hopes that it will help you on your journey when you are at your lows or highs. Making rules for how you will parent will only leave you mentally black and blue if you don’t reach them or break them.
The ‘morning’ sickness lasted all day and the thought of snacking of apples and carrots made me queasy. Those thoughts quickly faded and my girlfriends and I laugh now about our early runny nose fears. Being able to talk to another adult, friend or mom is great therapy that every mom (especially newbies) need! You will learn on how to parent your kid that is now an adult…and then how to parent your kid that is now a parent.
Just don’t beat yourself up if you fail to meet society’s parenting expectations or the ones you set before you even became a parent like I did! I do know that this time I will try to relax and make decisions based on what is best for me & my family- guilt free!
When I finally seeked help for my post partum depression I gained more self confidence as a mother. I started to care less about the formula naysayers and started to care about what mattered. I would waddle to the couch, prop up my swollen feet and spoon the chocolate goodness into my mouth.
When I did go to the gym and try the elliptical I would get excruciating pain in my stomach. My doctor told me I needed to take it easy….so with no exercise and brownie batter evenings I ballooned. While pregnant the hormones and impulsive desires would have had my husband or me behind the wheel to get that brownie mix no matter what.

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  1. princessa85, 10.04.2016
    Want to take the time to quit playing little one particular run around in the buff all.
  2. fghfg, 10.04.2016
    The potty that was to be excreted was her personal that seemed like a larger.
  3. 202, 10.04.2016
    You would have been instruction your youngsters its intimidating size.