One thing these two didn't have an issue with before starting school was being "on" all day.
There was ample space in our master-bedroom for what our baby needed plus our stuff. Although a crib was handed down to us, co-sleeping was what made the most sense for me again this time around especially with the issues I had post-childbirth. So, what changed?
There are so many ways in which I diminish my self-esteem and overall health that I would never want to see or hear my kids do to themselves
When I uploaded my very first YouTube video three years ago, my biggest fears were "Oh my gosh, what is everyone going to think about me?" and "Why am I even doing this?".
Now with my eldest son, I was completely confused and dumbfounded when he was a baby and had drastic mood swings. Mainly because he was such calm and quiet baby so when he'd be crying more than from being hungry I was really concerned. When things seemed out of wack like him suddenly waking more frequently at night or him protesting and screaming bloody murder for a diaper change, I'd turn to google to figure out what was going on. I ended up finding baby forum chats about other parents going through similar events. The conclusion and answer to their baby's new behaviors was that they were in a leap!
A bus to train to bus trip that would normally take 40 minutes became an almost 2 hour trip to travel home. After waiting in a cold bus station for 20 minutes while the blizzard got more intense outside, the bus finally showed up! We were literally shaking in our boots!
I can't believe it was 3 years ago this September that I made my first YouTube hair tutorial. I also can't believe the videos been viewed 3,282 times as well.
As we all have been busy getting back to school supplies for the kids, it's important that us parents are back to school ready in order for everyone to succeed.
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Remember that feeling of psyching yourself up to go? Feeling anxious and sweaty. Getting in the position to make the leap, and counting down. Closing your eyes and imaging yourself just getting it over with.