Welcome Back!

Welcome back to the Mommy and Parker Show everyone! I’d like to start this reintroduction sharing the reason I took a break from blogging and that is; we went from a family of 3 to a family of four! Due to a difficult pregnancy and a rambunctious toddler, it was difficult for me to find the time to truly focus on my blog and Instagram posts. Even though being a mommy to a baby and a, still, rambunctious toddler is a lot of work, this is something near and dear to me. Because of that, I would like to work hard to find the time to get it back in full swing.

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In full transparency, I am slightly nervous to start this adventure again. I know how tough it is to get a following and how much work people put into these. For some, it is a full-time career, to others it is just a hobby. I am unsure which end of the spectrum I am aiming for, but either was it is something I enjoy and something that I find fulfillment with.

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Like I’ve said in the past, even if one of my posts or blogs helps even one person, it would be worth it to me. I am also currently trying to determine which path I’d like this to take. Do I want to continue to post things about just the kids? Post things for moms? Share products that I like? To be honest, I think I will shoot for all of the above. If one ends up being more popular than the other, I will veer in that direction. Until then, I’d like to just see where the wind takes us. I hope I can find some of you to take this journey with me, I’d love to share it with you.

Enjoy your weekend and you’ll hear from me soon! XOXO

Health Issues for Mom’s (and Dad’s)

Any health issue can be jarring…but I’ve come to realize it’s so much scarier when you have children. I decided recently to open up on my Facebook page a little about the face that I have been going through some health concerns lately; I went back and forth on whether I wanted to share this publicly but decided someone out there might benefit from hearing someone else talk about it.

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Different Parent, Different Reaction

How many times as a parent have you heard the term “playing parents against each other”? It is always something you assume will happen later in their life. You expect it to happen when they are old enough to ask for toys or to go certain places, for extra tv time or for that extra snack. No one ever thinks that your BABY will learn to play you two against each other.

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