During the first year of my twins’ lives I learned how to save time, energy, and money with two babies in the house. Through lots of prayers, cups of coffee, and conversations with other mommas, I am on the other side of the newborn/baby phase as my twins are now almost four years old. I […]
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Junior Prom: 2004 Boyfriend and I are just a couple of carefree teenagers, comfortable with each other, but truly still trying to impress each other. Flirting, holding hands, all dolled up for the prom! What he doesn’t know is that I still haven’t gotten my period. And, yes, there’s reason to be concerned. But I […]
Where my girls at? You know, the ones who pulled straight A’s while being involved in a million things. ‘Cause you will know what I’m talking about. 19 years of formalized schooling has trained me to think about so many things in terms of grades. And for the past month since returning to work, I […]
Make your breast health, your best health Being a mom means long hours and thankless nights, so consider taking a moment for the ladies who have been with you through it all. That’s right, in honor of May and Mother’s Day we are talking about breast health. Whether producing gallons of milk or being a cozy […]
Even before I had children, I always knew I wanted to try breastfeeding. There were many factors that went into that decision, but the most pertinent to me was that it seemed the most natural and obvious choice. Little did I know that something that “should” be so natural does not always come naturally. Sure, […]
After waking up multiple times a night to feed my newborn, I was tired. The strongest coffee couldn’t compete with my exhaustion so we looked into sleep training our baby. This post is sponsored by Starry Night Sleep Consulting. All thoughts and opinions are our own.
Some women love it. Some women dread it. Some women feel empowered by it. Some women feel conflicted by it. But the reality is, more than half the workforce in the U.S. is women, so more than likely, you know someone who has experienced it. The return to work after maternity leave. I’m on my […]
April is National Autism Awareness month. Even if you don’t have a child who is on the autism spectrum, you probably know someone who does. I hope to encourage mamas who have a friend with a child on the autism spectrum and who want to provide some support and love for those families affected by […]