Monday Connection

Monday Connection (5/6)

"Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly" ~John F Kennedy

Happy Monday Friends,

How was your weekend? Did you make some time for yourselves? Did you spend time with family? Did it rain all weekend where you are?

I hope the chaos of the week settled over the weekend so you can enjoy your free time, as free as it is going to get. We’re parents, so free time isn’t really free, is it?

This past week I celebrated my birthday!


It was a quiet birthday which I happen to enjoy a lot of these days.

The birthday week ended with the flu. Not a fun way to close out getting older, but my husband was amazing and allowed me to get the rest I needed to recover and take on this Monday. Very few of us are blessed with an amazing support system, so I didn’t take it for granted. My daughter got some great bonding time with her daddy, and I got time to recharge.






Thank you to everyone for all of your kind birthday messages and shout outs. I have truly found a wonderful group of amazing people in the online community. You all are truly amazing and I could not appreciate you more.




Join me as I discuss preparing for pregnancy, what to expect while pregnant, and getting through your delivery, in my Pregnancy and Delivery Series.

Check out my recent post, Preconception Doctor Visit; What You Need To Know.




I knew that I was someday going to be a mother. I had no idea that I would decide to stay at home. Even after college and pursuing a career, I Chose SAHM Life when my daughter was born.




After my daughter was plagued with the nightmare of all rashes, I discovered that she had extra special sensitive skin. Check out how I heal diaper rashes, and the safe products I use, in Healing Sensitive Baby Butts.




This week, I’m continuing my Pregnancy and Delivery Series with ovulation tracking. If you a currently trying to get pregnant, I’ve got a special gift just for you!

I’m digging deep when I talk a little more about Anxiety, and what happens when managing it fails. Stay tuned for that.

Next week, join me to see what I’ve been reading to my one year old when I discuss a years worth of books.




Finding new bloggers is a treat for me. I love coming across different perspectives and discussions in the Parent Blogger world. Recently, I stumbled upon Nicole’s blog, Keep Calm, It’s Life. Nicole is a parenting lifestyle blogger who shares her tips, knowledge, and stories about parenting and maintaining calmness.  There is uniqueness in her voice, and knowledge in her words. Go and give her a follow / subscribe to her blog.




Being a mom with Anxiety is hard, but mix in some introverted traits, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for chaos. In her blog post, Mommin Ain’t Easy, The Main Mom over at Mom Of The Moment talks about how she deals with being an anxious, introverted mom and she’s got some tips on how to save our sanity when motherhood get’s a little Messy. Head on over and check out her site.





In case you missed them, here are a couple more of my latest posts:

Dear Husband; An Open Letter From a Stay At Home Mom

Girls And Jean Jackets




I would love to hear from you. Do you have a question? Are you a new parent and want to chat? Do you have something to say?

Are you a blogger? Would you like to connect and be my new friend? Want to be a guest writer?

Are you interested in collaborating or working with me? I am always looking for fun baby products to try.

Contact Me






Thank you for connecting with me!



If you missed the last Monday Connection, you can find it here.


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