How I Started Solids With My Breastfed Baby

Around six months of age, I noticed Necalli eyeing my bowls and cups whenever I ate. He’d stare whenever I went into the kitchen, and he seemed to be breastfeeding more often. The former may have just been slight separation anxiety, but I got the hint that he was ready for baby food. Advertisements

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30 Day Yoga Challenge + The Importance of Kegels

I can’t believe it’s already March. We just kinda slid into Chapter 3 of 2018, didn’t we? This month is going to be a busy one for me. Between doctor appointments for the baby and I, finishing our taxes (ugh), and day-to-day chores, I’m going to need to carve out some me time. That’s why I’ve […]

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What I Wish I Packed In My Hospital Bag

If you are anything like me, you’ve probably spent hours watching YouTube videos about what moms-to-be packed in their hospital bags. You may have even taken notes and shopped their links for that super spacious duffel bag they used. After the fifteenth video, however, your list is probably a mile long and you’re no closer […]

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5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Postpartum

I’m currently 13 weeks postpartum which means two things. First, my precious little boy is three months old! Watching him grow has been so interesting and so fulfilling all at once. (As I write this, he’s discovering that the hand he shoves in his mouth 24/7 is actually his.) Secondly, I feel as though I’ve experienced […]

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5 Things They Don’t Tell You About Labor & Delivery

As a first-time mom, the thought of giving birth scared the crap out of me.  What scared me most wasn’t the pain, oddly enough. It was not knowing how anything would go that shook this millennial to her core. So, for the benefit of other young first-time moms, I’m going to share some things I […]

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