Everything. After going to my six-week check-up, my doctor didn’t offer me any more time. And even before I had the baby, she informed me that by medical standards, they can’t guarantee any more than six weeks for regular delivery and eight weeks for a c-section. Seriously?? That is enough time to recuperate physically AND … More What is wrong with maternity leave in America?
This was a text I received from a friend this morning. It was in response to me letting her know I began the weaning process. And she is 110% correct. I am not that far into breastfeeding – my infant turns 7 weeks soon. My other two kids were closer to 4 months or more, … More Breastfeeding is no joke.
We have it figured out. After breastfeeding for six weeks and several poop samples later, my youngest has been diagnosed with a milk and/or soy allergy. They had a 50/50 shot at having it, and we knew it. Our other two kiddos had it, and both my husband and I had milk allergies as babies. We … More Finally, an answer
So I am reaching what I believe to be the halfway point of my maternity leave. And I am falling deeper into a depression about it. I thought I’d be bored or annoyed by crying and or feeling like I am not getting anything done, but instead, I am loving it. This is vastly different … More Halfway point