Paige Vauter

Paige Vauter
Paige is a wife, mom, and technology professional. She is a central Indiana native and now resides in Westfield with her husband, son, and daughter. She runs on chai lattes and to do lists, and lives for cold weather, good books, and attempting to organize the chaos of this beautiful thing called motherhood. While not behind a computer working, she and her husband can often be found outside, walking their two dogs or chasing their 2 little ones around the yard.

Change: It’s Just Happening

I sit on the floor doing puzzles with my 3-year-old, a change of pace to have this a small moment of time together we honestly haven’t had in the three weeks since we brought...
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Life with a Toddler on a Schedule

Like so many other first-time moms, I read everything I could get my hands on when I first had my son. I was able to take advantage of late night feedings and long cluster...
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You’ll Find Me on the Couch – My Journey with Cluster Feeding

In honor of National Breastfeeding Awareness month, I have torn down my walls, dug deep, and opened my soul! Ok, maybe that's a little dramatic, but I've decided to share my experience with breastfeeding...
Having 2 Kids Under 2 by Indianapolis Moms Blog

When Pregnancy Isn’t All Roses: Tips to Survive What No One Tells You

Ok, let’s get real for a second. Regardless of what your Aunt Sally may have told you, or how great Beyonce looked in her maternity shoot, pregnancy is not all gumdrops and roses. There...

How My Dad Prepared Me to Raise a Daughter

Being pregnant the second time around is very different than the first time, but one thing is for sure, you just feel a little bit more prepared for everything. At least that’s what I...

First Steps for First Steps

The average age for a baby to take their first steps is between 9 and 12 months. My son’s first steps were at 18 months, and it wasn’t until he was almost 2 before...
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We Eat Breakfast on the Couch – Avoiding a Toddler Tantrum

  “Two’s tough.” It’s what my sister tells my nephew when his younger sister is throwing a tantrum that his 4-year-old brain doesn’t understand (we hear ya buddy, we don’t get it either). My niece...

Clean, Soft Sheets – Showing Love with Simple Gestures

I wake for what feels like the hundredth time of the night to the tiny cough of my toddler, echoing from the monitor on my nightstand. He falls back asleep quickly, but I can...