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We spend so much time getting ready for baby, but rarely have I heard or seen any advice about getting your marriage ready for baby.
I’m quickly learning that the secret to making it work and showing up feeling mildly put together is cobbling together a series of life hacks to fake it.
Postpartum depression. Today, I finally had the courage to call it what it is.
It’s often the undercurrents found in the ordinary experiences that leave a lasting impression.
I knew we were in for one wild ride.
I offer these tips mother-to-mother as a way to troubleshoot and get the most from your pumping experience.
We are all always so much more than what we appear to be (even the so-called “evil” ones), and the minute we cease having compassion for one another, we are in serious trouble.
In the continuing saga of breast pump coverage, let’s have a recap of what happened since last week.
Ever since having my son, I’ve learned more and more that if you want to see change, you need to speak up for yourself and not stop speaking. So, I drafted the letter below.