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Chapter 33: 2018 Is Weird

Morning guys – Last week we chatted a little bit about our lack of motivation and pressure to be “on” as soon as the clock strikes midnight on New Years. On the day I posted that quote, Timmy decided to film me for our first I Love My Baby, But video of 2018 and chat about how I was doing and why I was feeling so down.

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Chapter 31: I Love My Baby, But…Questions With Chris

My amazing mother in law, Chris, came to visit us this weekend and got a real insight into what being a new parent in 2017 looks like ( I hope we didn’t scare her too much ;)).  We were so interested in how she thought we were doing and what the differences were (there are A LOT) between being a new mom 30-50 years ago versus now that we decided to interview her for this weeks episodes of I Love My Baby But…Questions With Chris.

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TALKING MOM LIFE WITH ALI FEDOTOWSKY

Last week I got together with one of my fave Bachelorette’s and sorta new mom, Ali Fedotowsky, to talk all things baby. Lately I have been yearning for support and wisdom from fellow new moms. Ali has a cutie-patootie 16 month old daughter named Molly so she knows a thing or two about raising a child. We decided to interview each other to ask all the things we were curious about from self-care to biggest fears to our favorite products.
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BREAKING OUT OF THE BABY BUBBLE

This post is a part of our baby essentials series by Monica Banks, founder of Gugu Guru – the ultimate baby registry discovery site for style-savvy moms.

You’ve survived pregnancy, labor, early feeding along with sleep deprivation but for many all of those accomplishments will seem like a total breeze when faced with one of the biggest challenges for a first time parent: simply leaving the house. Alone. With your baby.  

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CHAPTER 26: I LOVE MY BABY BUT, I WISH MY BODY DIDN’T HAVE TO CHANGE

I feel a little superficial for caring about the fact that my body was going to change so tremendously from pregnancy and birth. When I first found out I was pregnant, I immediately panicked about not being in control of my body and it got increasingly harder to feel good in my own skin. I constantly had to remind myself that my body was creating something so wonderful, so beyond my comprehension or sensibility.

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