Society may have impossible standards for postpartum bodies, but who cares? You just grew and birthed a human, so I say let’s celebrate our bodies in all its shapes and sizes and embrace those stretch marks and scars as badges of honor. Here’s my take on embracing the mom bod.
Getting sick is what children need help to boost their immunity as they grow older. But during the winter months, I find that my kids are bringing something home from daycare or school almost every week. It's not sustainable for anyone, but unfortunately is very common during this time of year.
Over the years, I've come up with a few tricks that I personally use to help give my children's immune system an extra kick to try and minimize how often they get sick during cold and flu season. Take a look!
Our bodies are all different and respond differently to environmental factors, stimuli, nutrition, etc.. And pregnancy is no different. However, there are definitely a few science-backed tricks to help give your body the tools it needs to conceive. Take a look!
If you’re thinking about breastfeeding after giving birth, then this is perfect for you!
First time mom's, listen up! Pregnancy is such a delicate time in our lives, and the first trimester is never easy. But there are certain things that you do on a daily basis that can help you get through those first trimester discomforts. Here are a few key things I recommend you try.
When I became pregnant, I felt completely alone. I didn't have any mom friends, any knowledge about pregnancy or postpartum. I felt completely lost on the internet with conflicting information and it truly became overwhelming and hard to figure out how to educate myself properly; how to be able to make informed decisions while remaining calm and empowered.