I just want my old body back. I feel like most first time moms can really resonate with that phrase. We love our babies. And we love the miraculous ways our bodies work through motherhood. But, sometimes we just want our slimmer selves back, and there’s nothing wrong with that honestly. It’s normal!
Category: • Post-Partum •
The Mommy Pooch has always been a reference to the hanging belly that is “leftover” after you have delivered your baby. While some women are quick to lose the pooch by a couple weeks to months postpartum, most struggle with it. Now, before I trigger any mommas out there I want to say that
To be honest, I didn’t go out searching for these, they just sort of were recommended to me on my journey through pregnancy and motherhood. Therefore, I don’t doubt that there might be other apps that are must-haves for mommas. However, I did find these five to be particularly useful! A look ahead… I. BabyCenter
Oh, the newborn phase, when sleep is but a memory and your entire life is consummated in one little human. As a first-time-mom, when I entered this unknown territory, “shock” is an understatement to what I experienced (I am sure all you mommas can agree!). I am still recovering, more like adjusting. It’s like your
When I thought body discomfort with getting pregnant, my first (and only) thought was labor, right? Like I know labor is painful. Well, I also learned that pregnancy was no vacation either, but NO ONE told me about the torture boot camp that is post-partum (probably because no one wants to talk about it or