Five simple signs that mean you need to slow down after giving birth. Take it easy, Mamas!
Author: Leah Outten
Make a plan, but don’t get to attached to it. “Nature is fickle. Sometimes stuff just happens and it wasn’t you who caused it, and you couldn’t have prevented it.”
The weeks you feel like an old lady cow, heavy, achy, large and in charge. This is what I do to stay as comfortable as possible.
After each birth, there was always this little longing within my heart whispering, something is missing, and maybe just one more?
Here’s a list of the top natural care items you’ll want to have on-hand postpartum to save money, avoid chemicals, and promote quicker healing.
By making each other a priority, we argue less because we feel loved and fulfilled instead of resentful.
All five of my kids found something they loved in the meal they chose, and the bites they sampled off their siblings’ Yumble kids meals!
During pregnancy, food tastes extra amazing anyway, but holiday feasts, pies, cookies…oh my! It’s a hungry pregnant woman’s slice of heaven on earth.
It’s not a grief you just “get over” and move on from. Out of sight is not out of mind. It’s a hole in our hearts forever, whether we have contact or not.
I never thought I’d be among the one of four women who experiences the loss of a baby. Here’s what helped me fight the fear in my subsequent pregnancies.
Podcasts are my new favorite way of multi-tasking while learning or being inspired– here are 9 of my favorites on pregnancy and birth.
I look back to where I was eleven years ago when my oldest was born and I see not just how she’s grown in the blink of an eye, but how I’ve grown as well. In the time she’s grown from a baby to a preteen, both her and I have changed substantially.
It’s amazing what happens when we feed our body the fuel it needs. Now I love sharing these simple tools to help new moms learn how to get relief and find deeper answers.
As a mom who has had six babies, let me give you this hope: PPD doesn’t have to happen every time. And even if it does, you can prepare yourself this time.
While others deal with insecurity of their weight gain, I deal with the insecurity of being too skinny. Looking sickly– or even as if I have an eating disorder– makes me just as self-conscious as those who struggle with extra pounds.
What if my water breaks in public? is a common concern for pregnant women– it’s right up there with worrying about pooping during labor! I spoke with some mamas whose water broke in public to find out what it’s like when this fear comes true.