The Best Footwear For Pregnancy (And For Your Baby!)

You know the saying, "Everything is connected from head to toe"? Well... it's actually true. it’s certainly true with regard to the human body.

There are wonderful, beautiful nerds out there...

Continue Reading...

Challenges and Celebrations of Intergenerational Living

Being both a mother and a daughter at the same time, under the same roof is filled with blessings and challenges. In my own life, it happened out of necessity during the pandemic. As much as my...

Continue Reading...

18 Ways to Support A Mother Going Through Divorce

 

I don’t think anyone enters into a relationship anticipating its end. And no one wears the divorced label proudly, like a girl scout with a new badge. We remember our friends growing...

Continue Reading...

Navigating Domestic Violence While Pregnant

Pregnancy is such a hopeful, optimistic time. You feel a surge of excitement. There's hope that your personal future will be better... and hope about a collective future.

It can also be a time of a...

Continue Reading...

Dealing With Uncomfortable Comments When Pregnant

If someone has said something inappropriate or uncomfortable to you while pregnant... you are not alone.

This is a troupe that so many movies and shows point out. But, it’s real. Sometimes,...

Continue Reading...

Pregnant Mom’s Guide to Meal Prep

 

Putting a healthy meal on the table can be daunting.

Then add in only having one hand (because one hand is likely holding a baby). PLUS the factor of not ever really knowing how much time...

Continue Reading...

Delivery Anxiety: How to Manage the What-Ifs and Unknowns of Childbirth

Becoming a parent is exciting...and anxiety-inducing.

15.6% of women planning hospital births feel high anxiety.

Women under 25 years of age were at an increased risk of anxiety symptoms during...

Continue Reading...

Co-Sleeping Pros and Cons

There’s never one right way to do anything.

I chose to co-sleep with my son because, for us, it felt like the best option.

That’s not to say it’s been cuddly and sweet the whole...

Continue Reading...

Hop to it! How Jumping Can Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

One of the most common symptoms of stress incontinence is leakage. This can happen when laughing, coughing, sneezing, and even jumping. Attempting jumping jacks in a HIIT workout. Jumping on the...

Continue Reading...

Avoiding the “Bounce- Back” Mindset Postpartum

Here’s a cultural bias that gets to me:

The pressure and expectation on mothers to “bounce back” postpartum.

There are all kinds of “Mommy Bounce Back” programs out...

Continue Reading...
1 2 3
Close

50% Complete