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3 Lazy Reasons to Breastfeed Baby for Practical Moms

Lazy Reasons to Breastfeed Baby

There are a lot of reasons I chose to breastfeed baby number three. I felt like I’d missed out on the experience with my oldest and been robbed of it with my second. More than that, I really wanted the convenience of not having to go and prep a bottle every few hours. I’ll admit. […]

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How to Recognize the Signs of Postpartum Depression

How to Recognize the Signs of Postpartum Depression

I should wash my hair before I die.¬†That was the thought that ran through my head the other morning as I stepped into the shower. It was my second shower in 12 hours, and I was taking it purely because I wanted to die clean. In my head, I was making a list of all […]

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Dear Overwhelmed Mom

Overwhelmed Mom - Postpartum Depression

Dear Overwhelmed Mom, It’s okay to not be okay. I know the days feel like they last an eternity or they may be going by so quickly that you hardly feel like you have any time at all. The tears just won’t stop coming, and if you could even talk to anyone, they wouldn’t be […]

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5 Reasons Newborns Suck

I love babies. Really there is little more magical than feeling their soft little head under your cheek or their tiny little fingers wrapped around yours, but I’m convinced that newborns are bundles of cute for a more sinister reason. Because they suck. 1. Newborns Have No Chill How a tiny human can be happily […]

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Touched Out Mom. I just need a minute.

Babies are hard. Babies are really, really hard. Now on baby #3, the crying and sleeplessness haven’t really been so bad. I suppose I’m nearly immune to crying and whining at this point, and I haven’t slept in 5 years anyway. Nope, crying and lack of sleep isn’t what has really been hard for me […]

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