I posted about my ClearBlue Fertility Monitor when we were trying to get pregnant with pumpkin. Eight months of temping, ovulation kits was all made easier with the ClearBlue Fertility Monitor. One month for it to “get” my cycle and then the next month bam. The monitor allowed me to relax and not have to worry about all the subjective symptoms you look for when
When pumpkin didn’t latch we initially turned to formula. Well to be honest, the hospital forced me to put her on formula. Which led to further difficulties in getting her to latch. But I was determined to give her breastmilk, so I started to pump. Early on I pumped 8-10 times a day. On the floor of my bedroom, holding my pumps while watching Netflix.
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
When I have a bad day, I go big. Everything seems compounded and it doesn’t seem like I can do anything right. But at least the day is ending and I’m sitting here with my first meal of the day and a glass of wine. Delaying my pump until 2am. First, my car is still in the shop. I was promised it would be done
I’m not exactly sure what is causing it. Or why it’s back. But for the past week, the pain in my hands/wrists and knees has come back. The pain has been so bad, that I finally got braces to wear when on the computer at work. This has led me to almost completely ignore this little space on the web. Not because I want to,
Calling all Boston Moms! A few weeks ago I wrote an article about Two Moms working on a better breast pump. Well those moms are a part of DS Labs and they are getting closer to bringing the Gala Pump to the market! We’re excited about the idea for an improved pump. DS Labs is now ready to conduct tests with moms in Boston area.