Breast-feeding is an incredible experience for mother, child and family, but at some point, it must come to an end. What is the best way to do that?
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.
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.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!! Check out our Live streaming updates of Sleep Training! He killed it last night! This week’s video is an update on my breastfeeding situation.
Since last weeks episode of I Love My Baby, But was so intense, we are taking a little breather from the heavy stuff this week. In lieu of discussing a specific “battle” we are facing, this week is just a cute montage of Sonny footage.
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.
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.