Category Archives: Being a mom

8 Advantages of my children’s crèche

Advantages of our creche. www.mommakingmemories.comBoth Little Captain and Number One started going to a crèche on four and a half months. I had to go back to work and due to many reasons we decided against a nanny at home. Continue reading 8 Advantages of my children’s crèche

{WIN} What is new on this blog? & Acornkids Giveaway

Acornkids giveaway on Mom Making Memories.

Today I want to introduce you to a new range of products on Mom Making Memories… Acornkids.

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My experience with the Baby Throne

My experience with the BabyThrone. www.mommakingmemories.com

This is not a sponsored post or a review… merely the experience of one mom whose husband insisted to buy the baby throne 3 years ago. My only disclaimer is that I will be talking about baby poop.

Few months before Little Captain was born we went to a Baby Expo. Within the first 20 minutes my hubby bought the Baby Throne (15 of those 20 minutes were spent talking to the saleswoman… she was also the developer of the product).
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Letter to my mother

A letter to my mother. www.mommakingmemories.comWhere do you start a letter to your mother? That is the woman who gave you life, a woman who will do anything for her children? Where do you start to thank her for everything she did?

Since I became a mother I could only start to understand the capacity and vulnerability of a mother’s heart, how much love it can hold while at the same time break into many pieces. Continue reading Letter to my mother

Meet Little Captain and his Number One… the next generation

Little captain and his number oneUp to now it was easy to talk about my son in blog posts. First he was my baby and then my son, because he was only one. Now that his little brother is born I have to think of something else to call them. I don’t want to call them by their real names for privacy reasons. Continue reading Meet Little Captain and his Number One… the next generation