It's 1:40am and I'm holding my son who has been crying on and off for about the past 2-3 hours, I don't even know I've lost count tbh. He's super cranky and won't let me get much done; I'm typing this on the iPad with one hand, rocking him in the other. I figured I'd … Continue reading Confessions Of A Mother
It's true that at some point in life we all envision how our lives will be. When I was young I wondered how I would look as a teenager, how high school would be, how I would turn out. As I got older I imagined when I would have kids, start a family, get married, … Continue reading Support During Pregnancy
"Journeying Through Motherhood" Katrina: A Mother Deciding to create a comfy corner on the blog to fill with exciting advice, experiences, tips, stories, and anything helpful I come across as I journey to childbirth and beyond has been one of my greatest ideas. This is a place for expectant mothers and mother’s to come and … Continue reading Discussing Motherhood with Katrina
It's definitely not a lie when people tell you that pregnancy flies. I don't know if it's just me but these weeks are passing me by. It's insane to think that I'll be in my third trimester shortly. Pregnancy weeks and months are always confusing to understand but I believe the third trimester starts around … Continue reading I’m Almost In My What!?
“When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.” – Sophia Loren As I progress in my weeks of pregnancy I've been looking for ways to bond with my baby while he's still in the womb. I'll be … Continue reading Bonding With Your Baby While In The Womb
"Journeying Through Motherhood" Desirae: A Mommy With Attitude Deciding to create a comfy corner on the blog to fill with exciting advice, experiences, tips, stories, and anything helpful I come across as I journey to childbirth and beyond has been one of my greatest ideas. This is a place for expectant mothers and mother’s to … Continue reading Discussing Motherhood with A “Mommy with Attitude”