i went back to work one week before making this video, so we are totally adjusting to a new schedule and routine. i'm having a really hard time- still waking up a LOT during the night, so let me know if you have any tips for longer stretches of sleep [though i know this is all likely normal until we start solids at 6 months...] i cannot believe baby P is now over 3 months old [3 months and 5 days when this is being posted], and she has grown SO MUCH!! in this video i'll talk about her growth, breastfeeding, and milestones, and just some postpartum updates for me. if you have any video requests, let me know!! xoxo
CHECK OUT SOME OF MY OTHER VIDEOS:
fall clothing try-on haul:
fall bath + body works haul:
1st day back to work:
20 baby names i love but won't be using:
DITL mom with a newborn + toddler:
Summer House Tour:
PM routine with two kids:
q+a part 1:
q+ a part 2:
q+a part 3:
presley jane's birth vlog:
labor + delivery story:
meet my baby (1 week baby update):
1 week postpartum update:
BABY GIRL'S NAME REVEAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUnJl...
want to see our gender reveal (it's emotional!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njFWO...
baking soda gender test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-dJK...
missed our announcement video? watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HpP-...
want to see my early weeks of pregnancy? here's the playlist:
if you're new to my channel, it would mean the world to me if you subscribed.
A BIT ABOUT MY CHANNEL:
I'm a working mom of two who lives in Cleveland, Ohio, and like most women, trying to have it all. I'm a mama 24/7, work a full-time job Monday-Friday, and a Youtuber on the weekends and evenings after the kiddos go to sleep. I make content to empower others, share fun information, and unleash some of my creativity. On this channel you'll find mommy and lifestyle videos, shopping hauls, cleaning and organization, home decor, holiday and party decorations, boss lady tips and advice, and some style and beauty videos sprinkled into the mix. xoxo
A BIT ABOUT ME:
I was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. I attended Ohio University, where I acquired a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism, and a master's degree in communication. From there, I joined Teach For America and taught 7th grade English in Baltimore, MD. I moved home to Cleveland to marry my husband, and have worked in a variety of roles in recruitment and HR. I currently manage a recruitment team, where I work from home when I'm not traveling for my job. I have two babies- my son Landon is two years old, and my daughter Presley is three months old. I love being a mommy, decorating our home, planning parties, shopping, working out, cooking, cleaning, and meeting new people. I'm a bit obsessed with leopard print, wine, coffee, and reality TV shows. I am very passionate about helping others, and ensuring the world is a better place, especially when it comes to our children.
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Email for collaborations + business inquiries:
PO BOX 361121
Cleveland, OH 44136
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The original idea for this site actually stemmed from another idea to provide a way of benchmarking the popularity of a video against the general population of YouTube videos. There are probably sites that do this by now, but there wasn’t when we started out. Anyway, in order to figure out how popular any one video is, you need a pretty large sample of videos to rank it against. The challenge is that the sample needs to be very random in order to properly rank a video and YouTube doesn’t appear to provide a way to obtain large numbers of random video IDs.
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