In this post I'm sharing a week-by-week recap of my second trimester with baby number two!
I'm planning to do these eleven things the next time I'm pregnant to help make my second pregnancy easier than the first.
Our little guy is two months old! Here's a quick update on how he's doing, my postpartum journey and our favorite products.
I had the opportunity to interview Katerina Markov Schneider, founder and CEO of Ritual, on the company's new multivitamin designed for women postpartum. Read on to learn more about Ritual, the postnatal vitamin and her story on being a woman entrepreneur.
Like most pregnant women will tell you, morning sickness is probably the most inaccurately-named ailment on planet Earth. Contrary to its name, it can (and often does) last all day and all night, with little to no relief. While nothing truly "cured" the feeling of constant nausea or daily puking sessions for me during those first 13 weeks, there were a handful of remedies that made the experience slightly more bearable. Should my husband and I choose to have another baby, you can be sure that the first step in my pregnancy journey will be stockpiling these supplies so that I'm prepared for impending storm.
My husband and I decided that 2020 would be our year to start a family and we were blessed to find out in early March that we were expecting our first child. Little did we know that a global pandemic was also on the horizon.
Whether you have been personally affected by the novel coronavirus or are feeling its effects - being asked to stay home from work and limiting your exposure to others - it’s important to make time for your wellness. Particularly, your mental health. These are some of the ways I’ve been prioritizing my mental health as a means of coping with this worldwide crisis.
I live in Central New York, where winter can sometimes last until late-April (I wish I was kidding). I know that winter can be trying and the "winter blues" is a real thing. Here are five tips for keeping your spirits up while you wait for spring.
When the wind is raging and the snow is falling it can be difficult to make yourself step outside - especially when you give yourself the option of sitting on the couch under a blanket with a warm cup of cocoa and your favorite slippers. But getting outside is important during all seasons and doing so - especially during the winter time - is a great way to practice hygge.