So, so sweet. <3
– 2 teaspoons of coconut oil (make sure its extra virgin coconut oil!)
– 2 tablespoons of granulated sugar
*This mixture makes a small amount that will last about 3 scrubs. You can double or triple to make a fuller container.
– Mix it all up.
– Using 1 teaspoon full of the mixture, scrub over the sink.
– Store the remainder of the mixture in a small tupperware container with a tight seal.
Your hands will feel silky smooth with a smooth light layer of oil that will make the water bead up on your hands.
Some mothers are concerned when their baby wants to breastfeed more often than every two hours. During the early months, many babies do what is called ‘cluster feeding’ which is spacing feedings closer together at certain times of the day (typically during the evening) and going longer between feedings at other times. This variability in frequency is normal. Moreover, many breastfeeding problems — including those attributed to “too much milk” or “not enough milk” — are resolved with more frequent nursing.
Have you, or are you currently, experiencing cluster feedings with your little ones? When did you find that baby wanted to nurse more (i.e. growth spurts, during sickness, etc.). Share your thoughts with us, Moms!
This is the new blog format for us several Monday’s a month! We name a topic, and you weigh in with your thoughts, ideas and comments with the rest of the mommy world!
*Remember, this is a safe haven, meaning no back talk, harsh words, bullying or simply being a “meanie” to a fellow friend who leaves a comment. We don’t tolerate hate wars on our page, so keep it clean and informative! We love each of you, and want you to love those around you back, even if you have differing views on a particular subject. We all have opinions. Let’s respect and protect.
Healthy Breastfeeding Diet
If you are a nursing mom, did you notice that your little one reacted to a certain food(s) that you ate? Perhaps suffering from a tummy ache, diarrhea or a sense of uneasiness after eating?
If so, what food was the culprit and how did you manage to cut it out of your diet? Share your thoughts with us, Mom!
The art of mothering…motherhood is an art, did you know that?
When a woman becomes a mother for the very first time, it’s like an artist sitting in front of a blank canvas picturing something beautiful to paint.
When your child is placed in your arms for the very first time, he or she is a blank canvas waiting for you to paint with love, understanding, protection and trust. As your child grows, so do you. As you “paint” your child’s world, they are also painting yours.
There is nothing more beautiful than the colorful portrait of a child gracefully reflected in the eyes of their mother.
“M” is for the million things she gave me,
“O” means only that she’s growing old,
“T” is for the tears she shed to save me,
“H” is for her heart of purest gold;
“E” is for her eyes, with love-light shining,
“R” means right, and right she’ll always be,
Put them all together, they spell “MOTHER,”
A word that means the world to me.
–Howard Johnson (c. 1915)