After moving 18 times in the last ten years we're finally ready to buy our own home!
Today's post comes from Natalie of Babies and Backbends. She is a new mom to baby Richie, who is the happiest baby on earth! She lives in Long Island, New York and is a Publicist, who loves living next to the water. You can find her at her blog or on Instagram. Six Lies Other Moms Will… Continue reading Six Lies Other Moms Will Tell You
Valentine's Day is coming up! Unfortunately, I don't have a great list of gifts for you, but if you're looking for some check out the blog posts from Taylor Made Mama and The Titan Adventures. For me, Valentine's Day has brought about my feelings of love and lately I've been reminiscing about life with my… Continue reading Favorite Motherhood Moments
Having a baby at any age is difficult. Having a baby at 23, really threw me for a curve ball. My game plan was to get married and have a baby at 27, at the earliest. Most all of our other 23 year-old friends were out partying every weekend while I was feeding, burping, changing and… Continue reading My Postpartum Weight Loss Obsession Put My Baby At Risk
When I first came across Writing Mother Fashionista's blog a few months ago, I was blown away by her positivity! She was always so happy (and fashionable) and I related to her, because we are both moms to boys. As I continued to read her blog and her posts about Josiah, I saw even more of… Continue reading Deformities are Not Disillusions: Guest Post about Clubfoot
Today, Dee from Enjoy Mamahood is sharing her experience with Postpartum Depression. When I first came to Dee's blog I was impressed by her willingness to share about something so many women are afraid to talk about. "The Statistics. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 11 to 20% of women who give birth each year have… Continue reading Postpartum Depression: Guest Post
The Olympic Games bring fond memories to mind, for many. The 2008 games are especially memorable for me, because my husband and I had just started dating and the Olympics became a huge part of our every day for a few weeks. We would get home snuggle and enjoy the games on the couch. The… Continue reading The Many Way Moms Are Like Olympic Athletes