Dear Mama's Loving Arms is a heartwarming story about the importance of a mother's embrace and the joy it brings to children. Dear Mama and Baby love to laugh and play all day. But what happens when Baby can't be in Dear Mama's arms? Maybe Dear Mama can be in Baby's dreams...
On the last blog, I talked about what mindfulness is; being aware of what we do when we do it. We don’t need to find extra time in our already busy days to practice mindfulness, if you can be aware of the feeling of weight of a hairbrush in your hands then you are already practicing meditation. To help you learn this and to help you develop your own mindfulness practice from this blog and continuing on, we will be offering you tips to build-your-mindfulness-practice. So keep reading, and at the end of each blog there will be a little actionable step for you to consider and to hopefully take.
First I placed the contact paper on the wall, sticky side out, where Felix could reach. I secured it all around with tape and then I added the washi tape to create a cute boarder. We gave the wall a little touch so he could feel that it was sticky. I then gave him his craft supplies and modelled how to stick them on. He liked sticking everything on, but he LOVES, taking all the pieces off. We left it up for him to look at and every day it gets a little more bald.
I am writing this on the heels of having our review consultation for IVF. As we embark on this exciting adventure again, it has struck me that details from our previous experience is now a blur. This time around I want to document it for my own recollection and also to hopefully provide guidance for anyone else going through a similar situation to ours. My aim is to keep it as transparent as possible as far as our emotions and costs, although this time around should be significantly cheaper than the first because we have already gone through a bit of the procedure.