If you’re a breastfeeding mother who works, returning to the office after your maternity leave can be one of the most overwhelming and stressful thoughts.
Something I’ve struggled with since becoming a mother is properly taking care of myself, some days I used to find I didn’t even brush my teeth for the day! The past few weeks I’ve been trying to make the mornings less stressful
Today I thought I’d share my running list of products to get before our baby arrives in December- items I need to re-stock and loved using with Piper and new products that I really want to try this time around. Do you have any suggestions?
Most of you probably know I’m not the fittest mom on the block. Since my pregnancy my hectic schedule and lack of motivation have prevented me from sticking with a fitness routine the past TWO years. I know that exercise is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy pregnancy and I finally decided that I needed to make a big change and do something about it a few weeks ago. So here’s what I’m doing and how I’m finding the time!
Lulu & Georgia is one of my favorite destinations online to shop for interior goods and rugs, you’ve probably seen a few of them in our home over the years! Sara Sugarman started the brand and has grown it immensely over the past few years, making it the destination for on-trend pieces without sky rocket […]
In preparation for my big schedule change this fall, I asked a few working mamas from around the country (actually the world) to share their morning routines, tips and favorite easy breakfast ideas!
Warning: today’s post shares the not so pretty part of motherhood. That is the part where you come home with a tiny infant whose stolen your heart but given you the gift of no sleep and you are so tired but trying to hang on while you figure out nursing.
IN THIS SERIES WE SHARE BIRTH STORIES OF ALL KINDS FROM WOMEN AROUND THE GLOBE — WITH THE HOPE THAT THEY INSPIRE, EDUCATE AND INFORM EXPECTING MOTHERS.
Today I’m giving the really LONG low-down on how I accomplish working from home when I’m without childcare!
On Monday evening I experienced the most traumatic and scary moment of motherhood, and not too sound dramatic but probably of my entire life. I’m sure there will be countless moments in the future that replace this but I can’t seem to shake the experience or feeling of helplessness and fear that overcame me. I’m […]
For the first time we’ll need to be dressed, ready, fed and out the door by 8:20am — and in January I’ll have a little babe too! I’ve been polling all the mamas I know to get their tips for how THEY make it work – So here are my favorite 20 tips!
Today I’m excited to have my friend Danielle, doula and co-founder of Chesapeake Birth & Baby here to talk about one of the hardest parts of early motherhood: the postpartum period.