When I worked at an office, I seriously struggled with getting myself and an infant changed, dressed, fed and packed up in time to rush over to day care and up to work. And now that I’m a work-from-home
1. How old were you when you first got pregnent? I was 21 when I got pregnant. I delivered 10 days after my 22nd birthday. 2. What was your initial reaction? Was this planned? My initial reaction was a
Did this week fly by for anyone else? Probably because this time next week I’ll be in Colorado, and there’s just so much planning, prepping and packing to do still. (Our first cross-country flight!) This weekend is devoted to getting
I’ve been excited to share my crib findings with you for awhile now! Since “early” parents typically don’t have as much money socked away as “later” parents (although that isn’t always the case), and considering we still want to
Part of my gig over at Babble.com is testing products — often times my apartment looks like a warehouse. And when I compiled the Babble Best Baby Carriers feature a few months back, it was very clear that the
The most amazing part of motherhood has been watching him watch his brand new world. Finding excitement in the moments, the activities, you forgot you used to love. Always curious. Always discovering. Always exploring. Dancing with shadows. Kissing new friends.
People of my generation are in a unique situation: Many of us are products of 20-something parents (my mom was considered “old” at 27), yet were raised on “girl power” slogans in a “you-don’t-need-a-man-to-be-happy” culture. Divorces were more common than
Being a maternity style blogger isn’t always an easy gig, considering maternity and style don’t often go hand-in-hand. I personally never bought maternity clothes — simply stretching and manipulating my pre-baby clothes. And even now, I’m not sure I