Working from home isn’t always the idyllic arrangement it seems. Distractions and space that’s ill-suited for work can make your home an obstacle to productivity, especially a small home with limited office space options. The key is to establish a dedicated work area that’s separate from everyday household activities and large enough to accommodate all the elements of an efficient workspace. It may take some creativity and experimentation, but you can make it work even in a home that’s short on square footage.
Norah Mae. Our last little girl. If there were two words to describe you so far, it would be 1) easy and 2) scary. The entire 9 months of my pregnancy with you, I kept forgetting that I was pregnant. I was pretty much always comfortable, you never tortured me with your kicks like your sisters did, and for the most part, I slept like a baby.
Third trimester pregnancy insomnia. I woke up this morning at 4:45 to go to the bathroom and after hearing Logan stir in her crib, couldn’t fall back to sleep. An hour later, still laying in bed awake, I decided to get up. I came out in the living room to catch-up on some blog reading or online shopping, things I rarely get the time to do during the day, but I grabbed one of my bedside table books on my way out of bed.
My final Baby Must-Haves Post! This is our last little bundle of joy! And as always, it’s super fun to shop for them! Seems like only yesterday I posted about my must-have’s for when Logan was born. I’m still a huge fan of all those items, but since we already have them, this list is just a few little things for Baby #3.