So many moms-to-be get overwhelmed as soon as they see those two pink lines pop up. It’s like reality hits that you’re now going to be responsible for a tiny human who depends on you for survival.
My husband and I are only in our late twenties, and everything we have, we have built together. He’s the breadwinner around here and I’m a stay at home mom of four pretty awesome kids. But we didn’t start here. At one point we were living paycheck to paycheck, and falling short every month. We were fighting over money, blaming each other for spending too much, and stressed to the max. With no security blanket for “a rainy day” our family + finances were taking a major hit. Something had to change, we just didn’t realize it was us…
I have to admit, I failed as a mom big time in the healthy department early on. Better late than never though, right? When I should have been training them to love the right foods, I was creating curiosity in the most unhealthy places.
It has been a long road to finding these big kid approved, healthy meals. Saying my kids were […]
Before we talk about the pros and cons of big families, let me tell you what it was […]