May is Pregnancy Awareness Month which may seem silly, but there are plenty of things to inform and discuss when it comes to Pregnancy. One of the products I learned about today at the #MAYPAM event in Los Angeles, I had to write about right away because I’m so excited about it. The Best Ever Resource Kit for Mom + Baby is a kit of
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.