Co-parenting isn't always easy. Kelsey is back and she's telling us all about it. She shares her experience, what she's learned along the way, and tips to help others navigate co-parenting. I learned a lot and I hope you do too.
Have you ever heard of period gloves? This idea was created by men to make women's lives easier. It just seems so unnecessary to me. Tell me what you think.
Are you scared to jump on the trampoline with your kids because you're afraid you'll pee yourself? Have I got good news for you. Jumping on a trampoline, referred to as rebounding, can actually strengthen your pelvic floor.
Today we're covering our most popular blog to date - Does shaving your vagina have health or hygiene benefits? You can read it here https://sassymamaroo.com/2020/02/28/does-shaving-your-vagina-have-health-or-hygiene-benefits/. Whatever you choose to do down there, do it for you boo. It's your body and you are in control of it.
Have you ever stumbled upon a life hack you wish you would have known sooner? I sure have and did recently (thanks @sommasocial on tiktok) and I can't believe I didn't know this sooner. Take a listen to learn what we did with Windex and why you should keep some in your bathroom. You never Know when you're going to need it.
Just a quick little life update as to what has been happening in our lives the last week along with the changes I have coming for Sassy Mamaroo overall - podcast, blog, etc. More realness, education, and talking about the hard topics and everything in between.
Today was a scary day as the schools notified us someone tried to pick up a child in their car. How do you explain that to your own child? We don't want our children to be fearful of everyone, but we need them to know what to watch out for.
My kids first day of in person school after almost a year is coming up. Find out how we made the decision to send them back and how they feel about it. Keep an eye out for part 2 soon after their first day of school. Also check out our socials for bonus content (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
Self criticism is the thief of joy. The stealer of confidence. It can literally destroy you. Why are we so self critical of ourselves? Because that inner voice inside our head is louder than anything else.
Today I interviewed my daughter. We hear a lot about distance learning from parents, but not so much from kids. I thought it'd be fun to hear from my 9 year old daughter on her take on distance learning and preparing to go back to school in a few weeks.
Jojo Siwa has sparked some outrage with her recent coming out and parents are freaking out. Parents put too much emphasis on others to be a good example or role model for their kids when they themselves should be the good example and role model for their kids. Do better. Be better.
You're not you when you don't take care of yourself. Making yourself a priority is the only way you can be the best mom, wife, friend, and person you can be. Take breaks. Say no when you need to. Put yourself first and rest, recharge, and relax.
Big ambitious me tried to leave 2020 behind and bring in the new year with a fresh start. That meant decluttering, deep cleaning, and doing all the things I forgot to do. Decluttering is not as easy as I thought. Why do we own so much stuff?
Bedwetting is a topic we don't often talk about. Why? I honestly don't know, but the shame that surrounds it and the parental blame plays a big part. Bedwetting is actually more common than you know...
This week I'm talking about the random things I learned after I became a mom that I wish I knew sooner. Motherhood is an ever-evolving journey where you are constantly learning and improvising, nothing ever stays the same for long. A major of what we know about motherhood is learned only after we have kids.