I am so excited because this weekend is MommyCon OC! I have attended two previous MommyCon events and they have definitely grown and improved over time. This year I am expecting again and I’m really looking forward to the talks on “Cloth 101” and learning how to use a Ring Sling which I’ll be using for the first time with this baby. I also want
It’s World Breastfeeding Week this week! While the week is from August 1st – 7th, August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month. This month, I’ll be re-visiting my breastfeeding story, talking about exclusively pumping, what my plans are with baby #2 and covering new products/apps that help with Breastfeeding/Pumping. No matter what your journey is, you should celebrate any effort toward Breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is HARD people.
*Picture from lifesphotographer.com. We ended up with AMAZING pictures because she really knew how to work with Pumpkin!* Here I am…again. Finally able to stand being behind a computer and having the ability to put feelings to words on a page without feeling horribly ill. My big surprise announcement is that after a year and a few months of trying to get pregnant and experiencing
Germs. Now that Pumpkin is in preschool, a certain amount of germs are to be expected. They are exposed to everything and it’s the one thing they are guaranteed to share without any crying. Round and round the germs go until our defenses break down and then it’s our turn. via GIPHY As some of you may know, we have been trying for Baby #2.
I came in prepared with the tools I needed. Armed with the knowledge of talks, YouTube videos, articles and online advice. We have the potty seat, the potty insert, toilet seat covers, organic lollipops, potty books, a potty song (oh yes we made up our own song), and pull-ups. But that all came to a scratching halt recently because Pumpkin has been sick. Turns out
Two weeks ago I did my first Mammogram test. Yes, I’m not quite 40 and no one in my family has had Cancer before, but I checked with my insurance and it turned out that they do cover it even though it’s not required to take at my age. * Always contact your insurance if you have a question as to if something is covered