New Podcast Episode: Ep 25 Speech Language Pathology (SLP) & Your Little Ones with Gina-Marie Principe, SLP

New episode of the podcast is now available on all major podcast platforms! Disclaimer: this podcast is for informational purposes only. This is NOT medical advice. If you need medical advice, please see your doctor or healthcare provider. This episode I am chatting with a Speech Language Pathologist, Gina-Marie, who is answering all your submitted […]

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Double Digits: 10 Months of Maggie

Double digits. I can’t believe it – I’ve been somewhat dreading this day, but also excited for it? She is getting so close to the big one year and I can’t help but think, HOW?! How has time gone by so fast? How does each day feel so long, but each month so short? Time […]

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9 Months OUT: A Maggie Update

Someone tell me how it has already been 9 months since I gave birth!? It still feels like yesterday!! Still. But my little babe is growing so fast and so much has changed over these last nine months! *Disclaimer: This blog is intended for informational purposes only. The information on this blog should not be used […]

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My 4-6 Month Sensory + Developmental Amazon Toy Bundle

I think Lovevery is so cool as a subscription service – however, they are American so the exchange rate and shipping costs are ridiculous for Canadians! We always get screwed over that way! Unfortunately, I do not have 120$+ to spend on toys every 2 months and I have yet to find something reasonable/affordable in […]

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8 Months of Maggie: Wait, 8 Months?! What?!

Someone tell me HOW time has escaped me and my baby is now 8 months old?! It still feels like yesterday that I was pregnant now she only has 4 months left till she’s a year (& 3 months till I return to work…)- please stop growing so fast. A lot has happened (again) this […]

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6 Months of Margaret

Since I am not organized enough to do a baby book, I’ve decided to start keeping track of Maggie’s development, milestones, and growth in my blog. I use apps like Wonder Weeks and Huckleberry for tracking, but I want to be able to express myself beyond the numbers and check boxes. I thought this also […]

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