fbpx
blog

How to travel Norway with kids

Our summer trip took us 4,800 miles from home in Jacksonville, Florida, to one of the most spectacular places on this globe – Norway. Taking two young kids to such a faraway land might seem a bit baffling, but I promise the towering waterfalls, mystic trolls, and postcard-perfect fjords make the journey to get there completely […]

Read More
blog

First-time mom guide to saving pregnancy memories

  Fill-in-the-blank baby books were a rite of passage for our moms and grandmas, but in an increasingly digital world baby books often sit empty. Struggling to fit them in can make moms feel like they’ve failed before they’ve even started—but we actually have better tools than our moms and grandmas! We can make our baby books on-the-go, capturing and organizing […]

Read More
blog

Inspiration for baby book memories

At Soulments, we aspire to end empty baby books everywhere. As a mindfulness-based journaling app, you'll receive inspiring prompts like these to remind you to capture and reflect on those pregnancy and first-year moments you don't want to forget. Pregnancy Many moms pick up journaling when they learn they are expecting. Snapping photos of a growing baby bump [...]

Read More
blog

The search for the elusive and complete baby book

You tucked them away for safe keeping. Eventually, you come across the tiny treasures of the hospital bracelet, inked footprints, and first family photo that's been misplaced. And then you remember why. You picture the unfinished baby book abandoned on the shelf and see the best of intentions. The reality of year one Traditional fill-in [...]

Read More
blog

A letter to my daughter about loving yourself

Dear Daughter, This morning, just like every morning, you walked out of your room wearing the most gloriously mismatched outfit. You beamed with pride because you picked your clothes out all by yourself, and you loved how the colors looked on you. For you, getting dressed is pure joy, because it is a chance to […]

Read More
blog

Child psychologist on expecting and being a “good” mom

Every day I have the honor and privilege of helping children with their emotional, behavioral and educational functioning. I am a child psychologist and behavior analyst. I love children, and more importantly, I love working with and helping them find happiness and success in whatever shape that looks like for them. When my husband and […]

Read More