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January 10, 2017

50 Signs You Might Be A Mom…

You Might Be A Mom If…  You reserve the hashtag #worstdayever for when your kid doesn’t nap.  Car crash?  Puh-lease.  #firstworldproblems You wear snot, spit-up, and […]
January 4, 2017

A Piece of Clay Changed My Life…

Okay, be honest.  Have you tried Tom’s or another natural deodorant?  They totally don’t work. It’s not just me.  I’ve asked all my friends and smelled […]
December 19, 2016

Baby Sign Language Demystified

When my son began wanting to express himself (desperately) he learned a few words, such as “doggy”, “mommy”, and “daddy”. But we found that he still […]
December 12, 2016

What I Learned Reading 55 Books This Year

  Don’t let anybody tell you that reading is for children and the elderly.  It is my firm conviction that you can devour dozens of books […]
December 7, 2016

The Only Thing You Need For Postpartum Abs

When I began posting photos of my workout progress on Instagram following the birth of my son, I was flooded with text messages from my friends […]
December 2, 2016

Is Junk Food Sex Destroying Your Marriage?

Sex after a baby. For many mothers, it’s the deep, dark, empty abyss where fun and play once flourished.  And let’s be honest, at the end […]
December 1, 2016

Repainting My Postpartum Portrait (Part 3 in PPD Series)

Repainting My Postpartum Portrait Her love was full-throated and all encompassing and unadorned. Every day she blew through her entire reserve. ~Cheryl Strayed In September I […]
December 1, 2016

Quelling The Rage Monster… (Part 4 of PPD Series)

Quelling The Rage Monster My beloved teacher Alison Armstrong also discusses in her magnificent talk “Understanding Women”[4] the concept of a rage monster. This is when […]
December 1, 2016

How PPD Exhaustion Can Make You Feel Out Of Your Mind…

My son was barely three months old when postpartum depression took hold of me. My husband and I were moving into our home after a 9-month […]
October 3, 2016

From Pretentiously Pregnant to Fledging New Mom… Part 1 in Postpartum Series

Few businesses I know of get away with effortlessly force-feeding otherwise intelligent women more predigested rubbish than the business of birth.   Women devour ovulation apps […]