• Baby Development,  Life,  Psychology

    Summer Update!

    Hello and welcome to my blog for any new readers! This summer has been busy busy busy! I probably put a hold on this blog from the time when things began to pick up and get busy for the summer. I wanted to take this post to give a quick update, so be sure to look out for more reads within the next couple weeks or so as I reflect and share more in detail with all the different things we have been experiencing! Next week, I go back to work again! I work at a school as a psychologist intern, so here we go with another year of assessments,…

  • Baby Development,  Psychology

    Signs of Developmental Delays (0-3 years)

    I thought it might be a fun idea to share some psychology information here and there on my blog, as it relates to child development and my boys’ current developmental stages. Current life update For those who are new readers, I am a twin mom blogger who works part time and stays at home part-time. However, right now I am staying at home full time for the summer break and will be taking my school psychology praxis exam in August! With the exam prep in mind, it made me think alot about my boys’ growth and development and some possible signs to look for when making identifications for possible disabilities.…

  • Baby Development,  Psychology

    Transitioning from breastmilk or formula to whole milk

    In my previous post (introducing a sippy cup to a 6-12 month old), I shared about our experience for different cups! Now here’s another transition, when your baby hits 12 months, they no longer need the bottle for formula or breastmilk! Our pediatrician informed us that we should instead give 4 ounces of whole milk during meals and water throughout the day. No more formula! Transitioning to whole milk means that we don’t need formula anymore! That’s right, mamas of formula babes, no more formula purchases! I fed the twins formula since day 1! If you have been tracking with our blog, we fed the boys 2 bottles of formula…

  • Baby Development,  Psychology

    How much screen time should I allow for my baby/toddler?

    This is one of the questions I asked starting infancy, and the answer from my doctor was something that I had to give my own two cents in. I wanted to share my perspective and application of what we do for the twins, in terms of screen time. However, I need to say that I don’t think there is necessarily a correct answer, despite what research might say, because as a tired parent, you do what YOU gotta do to survive. The answer to every baby question is ALWAYS ALWAYS up to the decision of the parent. I care deeply for not only the health of the babies, but also…