Ten Potty Training Tips That Have Worked For Us

January 31, 2019

We’re barely into week two of potty training and while I’m well aware we don’t have all (or any) of the answers I thought it would be helpful to share our honest approach and experience so far. So much of what I’ve read online personally makes the whole thing feel like absolute torture or a complete fairytale and I’m here to tell you it’s been neither for us (despite these misleading bubbles).


Mom and Dad Made a Podcast: Dealing with Our Chemical Pregnancy and Miscarriage

January 23, 2019

After such an overwhelming and supportive response to my article about our miscarriage and some time for both of us to process everything, Zack and I finally felt ready to talk it through on the podcast. On this episode we run you through all the details from the choice to add another member to our family to where we are today and everything in between. It’s not our most light-hearted podcast but it was important to us that we opened up about this topic with you all to provide solidarity to anyone in our shoes in the past, present or future. As always, thank you guys for your support through this time. You’re the best! Download, listen and subscribe here.


What Becoming a Mother Means to Me Today

January 20, 2019

I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to become a mother over the past month or so. Michelle Obama explains this idea best when you hear the concept behind her memoir title, Becoming, “The book’s title refers to the idea that each of us is perpetually changing, that our selves are ever evolving, not stopping at some set point — with the implication that we can always become better.”. I feel this in my bones right now when it comes to motherhood.


10 Ways to Create a Simple, Intimate Baby Shower at Home

January 16, 2019

When I found out my best friend was expecting her first baby this summer I was overjoyed. Okay that might be an understatement. I don’t know if there’s one word that properly can wrap up all of my emotions, which is a problem I frequently have, but especially in this case. I mean my best friends are having a baby! 


What I Learned From My Chemical Pregnancy and Miscarriage

January 10, 2019

I’ve been writing and re-writing this in my head since my chemical pregnancy and miscarriage at the end of October, but I couldn’t bring myself to actually open my laptop and type it all out. Maybe it made it more real, maybe I needed more time to process or maybe, just maybe, for the first time since I started this blog it all just felt too vulnerable and close to the heart to really dive into in the moment.


Free Indoor Toddler Activities to Do in NYC this Winter

January 7, 2019

First and foremost I wanted to say happy New Year! These past few months have been a wild ride to say the least with our preschool flop, a heartbreaking chemical pregnancy and miscarriage and the holidays, but I am finally coming up for air thanks to an all day staycation (currently writing this from my hotel on a Saturday). Thank you to everyone who has stuck along for this rollercoaster, who has taken the time to send us messages and offer your support. We are beyond grateful for each of you and my business wouldn’t have survived without your understanding and patience here. I feel like I’m finally ready to dive back into writing and even writing this just feels so so good.


Five Healthy & Happy Ways We Start Our Days at Home

November 9, 2018

Since our whole preschool fiasco I’ve been really trying to create a healthy structure to our mornings at home. This, of course, doesn’t replace the social element to school we were hoping to experience (I’m planning on writing another post on how we’re tackling that), but I’ve found our days move so much smoother when I’m more intentional with how our mornings begin.


Ten Maternity Essentials I Wish I Had When I Was Expecting

November 8, 2018

I’m still pinching myself over the fact that my best friend is pregnant with her first baby (and fighting back tears of joy daily)! We’ve had so much fun talking through all the details of her pregnancy, what she can expect when her little bundle is finally here, how amazing it will be to both be members of the parenting club and we even dedicated an entire night to put her registry together. So much cute baby stuff you guys!


Mom and Dad Made a Podcast: The Joys & Challenges of Trying to Conceive

October 24, 2018

Today we’re sitting down with Will Poznan, comedian, teacher, New Yorker, husband and aspiring dad, about him and his wife’s experience with starting a family so far. These two started trying to conceive earlier this year and as a couple who also didn’t get pregnant on the first try, we chat about the joys and challenges of the process, some of Will’s expectations and hopes for parenting and of course, find a way to laugh through it all. Download, listen and subscribe here.

Throwback photo to when I was pregnant with Baby-O by Amy Frances.

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