Having a baby often comes with tons of complicated feelings you might not have been prepared for. Having a baby during a global pandemic—well, that’s a category all on its own. You may have given birth alone without your partner. Maybe the doula you spent so much time working with couldn’t come to support you during labor. The village you lined up to help you take care of your … [Read more...] about Managing Your Mental Health As a New Mom During COVID-19
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Most new mothers know that they will not get much sleep due to the needs of a newborn, but sleep problems can start even before the baby is born. A pregnant woman may have a hard time getting comfortable at night. Expectant mothers may need to get up to use the bathroom several times in one evening. Unfortunately, many expectant mothers also suffer from night sweats during … [Read more...] about Night Sweats During Pregnancy
Can a women get pregnant if she is not ovulating. Technically, no. According to the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, an egg must be released from a woman's ovary for pregnancy to occur. This process is called ovulation. During ovulation, a mature egg is released from the ovary and travels down the fallopian tube where it becomes available for fertilization. If ovulation … [Read more...] about Can a Women Get Pregnant if She Is Not Ovulating?
This post is a paid partnership with Nintendo but all opinions are my own. There comes a time in every parent's life where they have to admit that their kids are more technically advanced than they are. I have reached that point and hate to admit it, I won't lie. My kids are much more informed on the latest and coolest devices out there! They know what their friends are … [Read more...] about Nintendo Still Has The Coolest Gaming Systems Around
Autism and The Driving Age My son is almost sixteen. In California, a teenager who turns fifteen and a half can, technically, get a learners permit to drive a car. What about my son? He doesn’t have his learners permit. Not yet. What’s the plan? My husband and I discussed our plan for when our son could attempt to obtain a learners permit and eventually learn … [Read more...] about Autism and The Driving Age