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.
After much debate and research, we decided on Body Electric to pierce our baby girl’s ears. They had great reviews and experience. Once I talked to Brian from Body Electric and he explained the procedure, I felt confident that we had chosen the right place. Read More
So, remember that beautiful pregnancy glow? Rosy cheeks and radiant skin? Oh, how I miss those days! Where did that glow go?! Read More
To pick up from where I last left off on this Healthy Lifestyle change, I will share my first Day.
Now that I have a walker, it’s difficult to keep her still. We travelled to another country recently and preparing took some time.
As a stay at home Mami, it’s so easy, convenient and comfy to spend your days in your PJs . Read More
One of the many important milestones in a baby’s life is when she begins to eat solid food. Read More
Before anything, I wanted to be sure I wouldn’t forget anything when traveling to Cancún this past July.
My hair was like my crown and I wore it with pride!