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Helpful guides

A few things that have helped us with our kid.

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life

Mom bod, part 2.

A thank you letter to me, from me.

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life

Mind your business

Honestly, it’s that simple.

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life

Ups and downs

Life with our sleepy bud.

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life style

Brunch

I took my kid out for his first, real brunch date. I felt guilty and selfish, ’cause PANDEMIC, but for a fleeting moment, it was (I hate to say it) nice to be out again, doing something that used to be a regular, albeit luxurious, part of my pre-baby and pre-pandemic life. Of course, brunch […]

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Growing pains

**I actually started this post two(?) weeks ago, and have just been able to get back to it now. That’s life with a baby, I guess. Could just be hormones, but it has been a very emotional few days around here. Big talks and big changes abound, and all the while, I am trying to […]

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Things I miss, don’t miss, won’t miss, and won’t forget

When quarantine first started, I read THIS article on Man Repeller, and I thought that it was a nice way to take stock of what we’ve lost and gained during the last few months. I wanted to start the series on my own blog, but of course, I had a baby and never got around […]

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Roller coaster

By now, I feel like I’ve told this story about a thousand times. However, I promised a birth story, so you’re going to get one! I should preface this post by saying that I am going to get into some potentially TMI territory, but what’s the point of sharing a birth story if I don’t […]

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"Go bag"

As I pack what I hope are enough adult diapers, it occurs to me that I am packing for a journey with an outcome and a destination that I am totally unaware of. Hell, I don’t even know exactly when it’s going to start! **Decided to leave that intro, ’cause I like it. However, I […]

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family life pregnancy relationships

Oh shit…

  par·a·site /ˈperəˌsīt/ noun     An organism that lives in or on an organism of another species (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the other’s expense. Oh god, I’m pregnant. I would be lying if I said that seeing those two lines didn’t completely freak me out. To be quite honest, I […]