Postpartum and Beyond

9 Month Milestones

Living with a nine month old is an exciting time. They are constantly learning and growing! They are so much different than the little baby you brought back from the hospital. Just think about it, just nine months ago you (or whoever was carrying your baby) was nine months pregnant! Let's take a look at… Continue reading 9 Month Milestones

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Health, Mental Health, Parenting, Postpartum and Beyond

Not Mine

Last week I had a difficult thought. My body is not my own. I wake up every day and I get my daughter dressed and ready for the day. I feed her, clean the house, and play with her. Generally I'm cleaning while holding her or trying to keep her busy. I hold her until… Continue reading Not Mine

Parenting, Postpartum and Beyond

Why Babies are Terrible

Babies have a reputation of being cute and innocent. They're small and they don't know anything. Don't let this reputation fool you though. They are really adorable little terrors. They come into your life and they turn everything upside down. Today we are going to take a look at why babies are actually the worst.… Continue reading Why Babies are Terrible

Postpartum and Beyond

Utilize your Village

Once to twice a week my parents will take Little P for the day. Usually Friday is my dad's day and my mom will get Saturday or Sunday depending on her plans and what I have going on. I never thought anything of it until one of my friends pointed out that Little P is… Continue reading Utilize your Village

Postpartum and Beyond

Why I Make my Baby Food

When I was pregnant I had never realized that there was an option to make baby food. I had assumed that only option was to buy it. I did a bunch of research and book reading on raising children and I stumbled upon baby food recipes. This had opened up a whole new world of… Continue reading Why I Make my Baby Food