The first day of Spring was a whirlwind for us. I woke up spotting, but had no idea why. I had just finished my period two weeks before. I took an ovulation test to see if I was ovulating and it was bright, deep red. Since I’m a POAS-er (Pee on a stick), I had a pregnancy test around and took it. To my complete
This is part of a sponsored collaboration with MedImmune and Latina Mom Bloggers. However, all opinions expressed are my own. I did not know enough about RSV when pumpkin was born. I kept up with her vaccinations, we did a flu shot and I made sure to watch her closely when she became sick. We knew babies can catch colds easily and out came the
I know this may sound silly and maybe everyone will think I just need to drag my lazy butt to a gym, but I am terrified of gaining weight. I am constantly squeezing the fat in front of my belly. Praying those size 4 pants will still fit. Anxious about the day they don’t. Before I was pregnant I was curvy. I wouldn’t say overweight,
I just realized I never posted about my recent surgery. Long ago, I posted the following on Instagram: Loading Had to get my hand drained again 🙁 no good news about the extent if damage to my fingers etc. dr is surprised I keep coming up negative for RA. View on Instagram This image was from the third time I got a fluid sack on
As a new mom, I’m starting to implement routines and experiences that will hopefully stay with Pumpkin and help her grow. It’s funny because as an adult, I have not had the healthiest habits. But having a baby makes you re-evaluate your lifestyle. I had a horrible habit of skipping breakfast. But since having Pumpkin, I’ve changed that so we have breakfast as a family.
Last week I saw yet another doctor to go over yet another round of tests to find out what was wrong with me. We took Xrays and many vials of blood back in December. Due to timing, I only got the results last week and unfortunately they don’t provide any new direction. My tests came back negative for Rheumatoid arthritis again. This blood test was