In 2021, Julie Barzman suffered the devastating loss of her son, Blake, and quickly found that it would change her life forever.
There is so much to think about when you are getting ready to welcome your newborn into the world. Here are 3 things I wish I knew!
In a world of technology where everyone is connected, I am surprised that there are still things that no one talks about. It wasn't until after birth that I learned some important aspects of motherhood.
Kyle Stefanski and his wife Julie Barzman join the podcast to discuss the Stefanski charity Rhonda’s Kiss that provides non-medical aid to cancer patients, Julie’s pregnancy journey and advice on how much rest new mothers need after birth.
SICK TODDLER? I am in the raging phase of my child building up his immune system and let’s just say, it keeps you on your toes. Having a sick toddler is not fun, but I have some items to help. A lot of moms have mentioned they’ve also been dealing with more sickness since the pandemic, I think it’s safe to say we are all going through some kind of roller coaster with our children’s well being; From mask wear to nose swabs to speech delays to online learning and more…It’s been daunting and you’[...]
We all know as parents that one of the hardest aspects of parenting is managing our children’s emotions and feelings, especially when they are explosive. Many of us don’t think about how “everything started” or where it stems from. We judge adults too easily and yet, we expect children to act like one. It doesn’t make sense and that’s where our young ones are falling short at understanding themselves.
My Go-To Christmas Picks for Toddlers Oliver is going to be spoiled this Christmas!! When is he not?! Here's my Christmas shopping list for my little toddler. From Melissa and Doug toys, to driving his own keep, to indoor play ideas! Click the links below to shop for your little one! #1. Construction Plate and Utensils #2. Classic Fairytale Pop-up Book #3. 3D Art Coloring Kit #4. Gabby's Dollhouse #5. 12V Kids Ride-On Truck Car with Parent Remote Control #6. Paw Patrol[...]
One of the hardest things with grief, besides grieving itself, is allowing ourselves to heal. Healing may sound close to impossible at first; A betrayal, a delusion, complete absurdity while suffocating from a pain that takes over our world. It can stop time, make every little part of daily life seem like a mountain to climb. Yet it can transform what you thought was problematic into a kindergarten math equation… WILL I EVER FEEL NORMAL AGAIN? Nothing matters but the love that now needs to b[...]