After rushing to the ER I learned my son had fractured his femur and would need a hip spica cast. There’s nothing worse than seeing your child suffer.
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I couldn’t breastfeed my babies. In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I’m sharing my story about the decision I made.
Self-care looks different for every man, woman, and child out there. And that’s fine. But we moms need to make sure we are happy and rested and cared for.
It’s a challenge to feed a family. Fortunately, there are a number of local women who are helping Boston families to eat better!
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One day last summer, I spotted something crawling on top of my daughter’s head. A very little something. A few very little somethings. LICE.
For as long as I can remember, I have been “the fat one.” The fat friend, the fat sister, the fat daughter, the fat ____ (insert role/title here). Three or four times in my life, I have managed to lose an amount of weight equal to that of a kindergartner, but still only just enough to […]
I sit here typing this, 38 weeks pregnant with my third child, munching on two servings of Trader Joe’s mini chicken tacos and doing some needed post-baby research. There are so many articles suggesting how to prepare for the arrival of your baby. It is good, solid advice, like eating small meals often so you […]
As I walked (quickly) off the trampoline, I could feel that my jeans were wet from my butt down the backs of my thighs. Yep. I had peed my pants.
At two years postpartum, I still don’t feel quite like myself. I carry extra baby weight, but it isn’t physical. It’s the weight of motherhood.
My daughter has always been described using what I believe to be “stereotypical” little girl descriptors. From the moment her infant lips learned to coo, she hasn’t stopped talking. Learning words has only exacerbated this process. She’s just a little chatterbox! As she stared out the window while learning to read, seemingly ignoring the world around […]