Lessons learned on my coparenting journey
Hey Ya’ll, it’s Erin.
Parenting with someone you love is super tricky.
Parenting with someone you’re no longer with can seem almost impossible.
I’ve been on a coparenting journey for about 2 years now.
It hasn’t always been easy, but I can say that it’s become easier over time.
I’d like to share some coparenting tips that I’ve learned along the way.
Cats and Kids: What their behaviors mean
Hey y’all. Jess again!
I am back to my series on how to keep the peace between your fur babies and your human babies. I know not everyone has dogs so let’s talk about your human babies with a different kind of furry creature–a cat.
Full disclosure: I do not own a cat. I never have. I have had very limited interactions with cats as I am ridiculously allergic to them so everything I am sharing with you is based on research and not personal experiences. I do love these furry creatures though!
Let’s first do a quick run-through of what anxious behaviors look like in cats
Hello everyone! Ariel here.
If you’re like me, you basically spend all summer waiting for fall. It’s my absolute favourite season! Who doesn’t love a reason to throw on a chunky scarf and an adorable pair of boots while sipping something Pumpkin flavoured?
My daughter is at such a fun age (I can’t believe she will be 2 in a few short months!) and I can’t wait to share some of my favourite things with her this autumnal season. In this post, you’ll find a few suggestions for some things you can do with your toddler, too!
Understanding your dogs behavior to keep your babies safe
Hey yall! It’s Jess again.
Last time I would say in my first post of the fur baby series I talked to you about keeping the peace between your fur babies and your human babies .
In this second post, I want to talk to you not about what aggravates your pup but instead, identifying behaviors so you know when your fur baby is starting to lose their cool and we are able to keep our babies safe.
Even if you have had your fur babies for longer than you have had your human ones, you may still not recognize the behaviors of an upset dog. Your dog is more likely to get upset with your child because they are unpredictable and they don’t know them well yet. They don’t know what to expect.
Let’s get to it. Read More