My Daughter has slept in her room since she was three months. Read More
The asparagus for this recipe is obviously optional, you can make any sides of your liking, or no sides at all! Just try to keep it healthy! Read More
Camping is a task within itself, now, camping with a little one, whoa! Actually, it went well. 🙂 Read More
As a Mami, making time to get out to the spa to pamper your skin is challenging, so we often put it off to the side. Your skin deserves a little TLC, so if you can’t make it out to the spa, then open up your refrigerator and make yourself a face mask. Here are a few face mask recipes you can make at home: Read More
To pick up from where I last left off on this Healthy Lifestyle change, I will share my Second Day. Read More
This is a very light and healthy soup, try it for lunch or dinner, it will also help add on to your daily water intake. Read More
I look at my daughter and I can’t imagine being without her.
Coconut oil is mother earth’s gift to mothers. Here are 7 ways you can benefit from it:
Traveling with a toddler is the challenge my Husband and I took when we decided to go out of the country to visit Cancun, Mexico for vacation this last July. Let me say, the resort we stayed at made a world of a difference.
Though I was born and raised in Los Angeles, I grew up in a predominantly Latino community and thus, with a lot of the cultural traditions. One of those traditions was that a baby girl gets her ears pierced pretty much right after birth and I just assumed it was true for all baby girls, not just Latinas. Something that never dawned on me until after I took my 4 month old to visit some American friends and I mentioned I was waiting a couple of months to get her ears pierced (as to excuse why she didn’t have them pierced already) they were a bit shocked and said I should just wait until she turns 16 or so and have her earn it and make it a day out of it. I then realized that it wasn’t the norm to have baby girls ears pierced before they turn 9 months, at least not in America.