A blog about raising a precious little girl while being a full time nursing student

Month: February 2017

My Experience With Sensory Deprivation

My Experience With Sensory Deprivation

Yesterday I tried floating for the first time. I had been hearing that floating was a great way to relax and so I finally took a plunge and purchased one session on Groupon.  After having the Groupon for a little over a month, I called […]

Having a Baby at 23

Having a Baby at 23

Being a young mom is tough. I will be the first to admit it. But being a mother is the most rewarding thing in my life. Having a baby at 23 was my choice. My boyfriend and I planned to bring her into the world […]

Travel Essentials

Travel Essentials

From the moment Harley was born, she became a road warrior. We were traveling between Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles and San Diego. We were living in Santa Barbara, visiting family in Ventura, commuting to my school in Los Angeles and planning a move to […]

Mourning the Belly

Mourning the Belly

When I was pregnant, Harley kicked me a lot in my ribs, it was super painful and I always wanted her out. But no one warned me that once I delivered, my belly would be gone. I was able to zip up my pre pregnancy […]

Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day

A year ago today Brian and I embarked to our favorite restaurant for our Valentines day dinner. If you live in San Diego, you must try the Wine Vault! It is only open Thursday thru Saturday but it is the most amazing food with affordable […]

The Perfect Quote

The Perfect Quote

Today I read a quote that described motherhood perfectly. “Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body” Harley you are my heart. You are the event of two people […]

A Fussy Baby

A Fussy Baby

Harley is fussy. Not the average baby fussy but the scream her head off for hours on end fussy. Her screams are loud, obnoxious, frustrating, scary, and d0wnright heartbreaking. But she is okay. She screams after she’s fed, when she’s dry and in a safe […]