Despite the turmoil in my heart, I’m one lucky girl.
How do you working moms do it? How do you spend 10 hours away from your child and convince your heart not to hurt?
Once I settled in at home and my milk came in, things got much better.
James Michael came into the world a hungry little fellow. I credit this predisposition to his daddy.
Before I got pregnant, when I was researching pregnancy and babies like a mad woman, I knew I wanted to breastfeed.
I know one question that is running through the minds of many first-time pregnant mamas: “Will I get my body back after baby?”
Memories of last year’s Mother’s Day make me smile each time I think back to that special weekend in May.
Being a full-time working mom is tough, but I know millions of women do it. Knowing that doesn’t make it easier, but it makes me realize it’s survivable.
Earlier this month, James Michael experienced his first road trip visiting Aunt Ellen in Bluffton, S.C.