We're taught that people die when they're old and gray, but that's not always the case. Navigating the beginnings of your adulthood without the guidance of a parent is tough, but it's the reality for so many. My dad died when I was 27 years old, at the too-young-to-die age of 60. This is my experience losing a parent before you're "supposed to".
Is there anything more important than the health and safety of our precious children? We spend our hard earned money on countless products for their first years of life, and we trust their integrity, but should we? Safety regulations are low with so many third party vendors and loopholes, and there are SO many products out there. How is a parent supposed to know what's safe and what's not?
Having a hard time dressing your kids? You're not alone. Here are some tips that work for us... sometimes. In the end, the style struggle is a fun (and frustrating) little part of their big personalities. Take a deep breath and enjoy it!