Infertility 101 Did you know that April 22nd kicks off a week long awareness about infertility? I didn’t either, until 13 years ago when my husband and I were declared “infertile” by our doctor. The word infertile literally means, “unable to reproduce.” Other words that come with the term: sterile, barren, unproductive. Words that up […]
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When my first daughter was born, the labor and delivery were not at all what we were expecting. A long labor–turned c-section–wasn’t really the delivery I was hoping for, but we got our baby girl in the end, so it was all worth it. Despite being so tired, I could hardly stay awake. However, my […]
When we found out I was pregnant, we laughed. We realized we’d have 3 kids under 2 years old! Nothing about growing our family has gone as we’d planned so of course as we were making plans to wait to add to our bunch, God laughed.
I had always been so naive. I had heard that stat that one in four women will experience miscarriage or infant loss, but it wasn’t going to happen to me.
Hey, Mamas, you’re beautiful. Has anyone told you this lately? Because it’s true. And I know you don’t always feel it.
World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated this month. As a mom of three breastfed babies, I have experienced, endured and conquered breastfeeding.
Me? Blues? I’ve done this before! Why would I get postpartum depression? Of course, I wasn’t asking these questions a week later when my new mom joy disappeared. I suddenly felt overwhelmed. What happened to me feeling like me?