One of the most common pelvic floor issues among women is urinary incontinence (peeing when you run, jump, sneeze, or cough). I experienced this issue after the delivery of my children and have worked with countless women who had these issues. Ladies, it is a common issue and nothing to be embarrassed about. Many women who have never had babies also have this problem, even very … [Read more...] about How To Stop Peeing When You Sneeze Mama
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This post is in with partnership with Mirum. There's nothing more exciting or terrifying as becoming a mother. When that doctor puts your newborn in your arms for the first time, it's the most incredible and indescribable moment. But what happens after you leave the hospital? You get home and realize you now have to figure out how to care for this little bundle of love. So … [Read more...] about Sleeping and Feeding Tips For New Moms
Sweet roasted corn is a traditional side dish that is often thought of as a delicious summertime favorite. During the winter months, though, frozen corn can be a tasty substitute. Instead of preparing your frozen corn in the microwave, consider bringing out more of the corn's natural flavor by roasting it. Roasted corn can be used in countless recipes and is complemented by … [Read more...] about How to Roast Frozen Corn With Olive Oil
“It’s tough for kids to say goodbye to the excitement of the day, so falling asleep can be so much sweeter with a parent at their side, reading their favorite bedtime story.” - Dr. Barry Zuckerman, Chief of Pediatrics, Boston Medical Center and Co-Founder of Reach Out and Read Bedtime stories. Those two simple words conjure up happy memories for many of us. If you fondly … [Read more...] about Selling Your Kids On Story Time: Practical Tips For Raising Readers
While watching Bad Moms there were times when I cackled with glee and scenes when I dabbed my eyes. Was it the greatest movie of all time? No, but it resonated with me deeply. Mila Kunis leads a rebel group of moms who decide to stop trying so hard to be perfect. They ditch PTA meetings, bring store-bought cookies to the bake sale, and get drunk on weeknights. There are … [Read more...] about What “Bad Moms” Taught Me About Our Need To Be Good