My guilty pleasure is watching YouTube videos. I know, I know it sounds like a waste of time but I love it. Some videos I watch just for fun and some I watch to learn something.
Did you know that washing your hair everyday is actually bad for your hair? I had heard people say it but never really paid much attention to it.
Raising children is a big responsibility. We are raising the future and that can seem daunting. We all want our kids to grow up to be good people, responsible citizens, and give back to society, but getting there takes a lot of intentional work.
No one likes having a sick child but sometimes it’s inevitable. Ever find yourself asking what to do for your little ones symptoms? We, as moms, need to know how to best care for our sick little ones. Since we have been trying to live a more natural lifestyle (read more about that here), we’ve had some trial and error with products that we use when Braelynn is sick. I wanted to share some of the products we keep in our house at all times, just in case she gets sick.
What is Eczema?
Eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis and it is a skin condition resulting in red, itchy patches of skin. It can be really frustrating to get under control and it’s just a pain in general.
We’ve known for about a year about Braelynn’s food allergies (read more about that in Our Food Allergy Journey). When we first found out, it was a little overwhelming. My first thought was, “Milk and eggs are in everything! What is she going to eat?” But the more I looked into it, the more I realized that it’s really not that hard to find snacks that are allergy friendly. Everything now has to mention if it contains any of the top 8 allergens and that is so helpful. There are tons of snacks out there that are allergy friendly but I wanted to share some of our favorites.