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Motherhood Realness: 7 Months Postpartum

July 16, 2018

I’m going to try to keep this post lite because I feel that my previous posts have been somewhat on the negative side. I’m here to share my experiences good or bad, but maybe I’ve been too aggressive on how hard it is to be a new mom. With that, this past month has been relatively better! Once we decided to move Theodore back into our room and in our bed, we’ve all been sleeping so much better. He’s still…

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Motherhood Realness: 12 Weeks Postpartum

March 5, 2018

It’s hard to describe how time operates when you have a baby. So much happens in such a short amount of time that it’s almost like time stands still and when you look back, it seems like he’s been here forever, but in actuality it has only been 3 months! March 2nd was my 35th birthday and Theodore’s 3 month! So we had a lot to celebrate! As I said in my previous post, some have described the first 3…

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Motherhood Realness: Getting Back on Track

January 10, 2018

Now that the holidays are over and Daniel has gone back to work, it’s time to start getting back on track. As on track as you can with a newborn. I know that establishing a routine right now is a bit pointless since Theodore is the boss and decides most things, but being the Type A personality that I am, I have to at least try. Overall, this month is already worlds better from the first month. Everyone told me…

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What to Expect After Delivery…

December 14, 2017

I’d like to think that Daniel and I prepared ourselves the best we could for parenthood. We attended all the courses and classes offered, read blogs and baby books, talked intensely with our midwife about every aspect of the delivery, but there was a critical piece that we missed…what to expect after the delivery. We knew the specifics, that we would stay at the patient hotel where there would be midwives to assist us with breastfeeding and monitoring of our…

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