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

Tag: momlife

Motherhood, My Vision vs. My Reality

Motherhood, My Vision vs. My Reality

I remember when I found out we were pregnant with Harley. Immediately I had a specific mindset on how our daughter would be raised. I remember talking about all different kinds of goals I wanted to accomplish. Now that she is 8 months old, I […]

Our Cleaning Neccessities

Our Cleaning Neccessities

This post contains affiliate links. I only review products that I truly love. Having a baby and a puppy means our house can turn into a disaster zone in a blink of an eye! I am constantly wiping up small spills caused by the baby […]

4 Months Baby Girl

4 Months Baby Girl

4 months has flown by. 4 months of tears, smiles, frustrations and happiness.  4 months taught me so much. Life is more complete with you. Your smile melts my heart. Your eye contact shows me that you are constantly learning.  Baby girl I love you […]

Full Time School

Full Time School

As finals approach, I feel the pressure. I am feeling the pressure of completing another term of nursing school. I am feeling the pressure of having to spend time away from my daughter because I need to do well. The pressure is insurmountable. It continues […]

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 […]