Let's Talk About Baby Sleep

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Today I've partnered with Proctor and Gamble for a fun post all about babies and their sleeping whims. 

Guess who is officially three months old (as of yesterday)? This baby girl.

Guess who is also a rockstar sleeper, most of the time? This baby girl.

There are a few things that are just harder with two babies, but there are some things that, because it's your second go around, are SO much easier. For me, sleep has been one of those things. Today I wanted to talk a little bit about what we're doing the same and what we're doing differently with this babe than with her older brother Lincoln (now 20 months).

Full disclosure: Lincoln is an awesome sleeper. He started sleeping through the night at 8 weeks and while we struggled with teething and sleep regressions. So, with baby number two, I was really hoping she would be a lot like her brother.

She's not.


End of Summer with Outshine

This post has been created in partnership with Outshine Fruit Bars, but all opinions are my own, just like always :) 

So fall tricked us, dropping in for a few days last week and then quickly disappearing and taking all of the cooler temperatures with it. But, it is hard to be upset about anything when Ben's off work for a few weeks and we're busy soaking up every last minute of paternity leave. Yesterday we packed up the babies and our favorite summer snacks (are they summer snacks when you eat them all year round?) for an afternoon at the park. Adelaide slept in the stroller most of the time and Ben and I got to chase Lincoln around the playground making sure he didn't try walking down any of the slides, again.


Cincinnati Weekend & Easy Indoor Kids Activity

This post was sponsored by WaterWipes as part of an Ambassador Program for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.

We just unpacked from a long weekend in Cincinnati with some of the very best people. I remember moving to Findlay, after only ten short months in Cincy, and just hoping we'd keep up the friendships we made there. Making friends as married couples is hard (another post for another day) but add kids to the mix, and finding families that just work with yours is even more of a challenge. Two years and two kids later, we gladly sacrifice a bit of our sanity every couple of months to put five kids under one roof.


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