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Two Bean Turkey Beer Chili

Two Bean Turkey Beer Chili

We are a big chili people here at the SquishyHouse.  There is nothing better on a cold winter day, then a nice big bowl of chili with a crap ton of cheese on top… and a big piece of warm honey cornbread. For years and years I made my chili sans beer.  One day I […]

182 Days Down & Eternity To Go

182 Days Down & Eternity To Go

My little baby is 6 months old today. He was breastfed the entire time and up until yesterday and had never had food. We did it, we made it! Yesterday I let him chomp on a cold carrot, but he didn’t “eat” it per-say. We may try avocado today or maybe tomorrow, I’m in no […]

TMD Summer Giveaways!

TMD Summer Giveaways!

You have read about our favorite summer things now here is your chance to win them for yourself!!! Remember to check out all our summer beach guide posts to find out why we love Episencial, UV Skinz, Kamika Wraps and more! Remember, if you don’t win them, most of our sponsors are giving you a […]

Lactation Links

Lactation Links

It seems that for a new mom, one who is trying to breastfeed her child (or children), the world revolves around lactation and milk. Is there enough? My baby is eating every hour, is she starving? Or, what do I do with ALL this milk? So I thought I’d give you a few links that […]

TMD Summer Guide: Babywearing

TMD Summer Guide: Babywearing

What: Boba Wrap Price: $48-$65 Stars: 4 out of 5 How it worked: We are big fans of this stretch wrap at TMD. We have reviewed it before and are firm believers that for a stretch wrap, this is one of the most supportive wraps on the market. It offers a slightly thinner, but somehow […]

TMD Summer Guide: Beach Gear

TMD Summer Guide: Beach Gear

What: Wonder Wheeler Price: $99.95 Stars: 4 out of 5 How it worked: Before having baby, going to the beach used to involve grabbing your swimsuit, slapping on some sunscreen and grabbing a towel. Bringing baby to the beach makes things a bit more complicated and for that matter we all need the Wonder Wheeler. […]

Accepting that which we cannot change

Accepting that which we cannot change

I’ve always known I was adopted. I don’t remember exactly when I was told, but it’s something I’ve always known. Something I was proud of growing up. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I started to see that adoption had only given me a partial family, that because of adoption I had been […]