Pregnancy is hard. This much I know. I know a lot of moms are going to disagree with me because they did not experience pregnancy the way I did and that’s okay.
Any new mother doesn’t expect or plan to end up in the NICU. But for me, it became my second home for 46 gut-wrenching days.
Bringing a baby home for the first time will change your life in ways that are impossible to describe.
If you’re in the market to buy a present for your mother, mother-in-law, or wife or girlfriend, you’re in luck for this year’s Mother’s Day shopping spree.
Overall, life is going to teach our baby so much more than we ever could. I commit to doing everything I can to set them up for success, reminding them of these six important aspects I have come to learn in my short time on Earth.
I’m a father of a three-and-a-half year old son and a six-month-old daughter. As a precursor to all of the advice I’m about to give you, which might make me sound like an expert, I want to tell you a couple stories about both of their births. The day before my son was born I…
Currently, I’m a 25-year-old-college dropout working in a sales position, who is six months pregnant with my boyfriend’s child. I have actually met quite a few people like me or in similar situations and we have agreed: we’re not ready!
About six months ago, my husband and I started the adoption process. We have always wanted to grow our family and through a lot of trial and error, we think we have finally found the path forward which best fits who we are. But wow, there was so much we didnt know about the adoption…
For a new parent, waking up every two hours can be stressful but don’t worry there is a lot you can do to keep your sanity.