As a new mom or mom-to-be, you are inundated with information about what to expect throughout and after pregnancy, but how often do you think about your boobs? Of all the changes your body goes through, your breasts see more than their fair share from start (conception) to finish (postpartum).
When you prepare for the arrival of your little one, you have a lot on your mind. There are so many things to get in place for baby – the nursery, diaper bag necessities, diapers and wipes, clothes (all the cute little clothes!), and so much more. But what about you, Mama? Are you prepared for your needs, too? After all, you’re going to go through a lot of changes!
You carry that car seat out in public like a badge of honor. You find yourself rocking even when your arms are empty. You randomly find poop, spit-up, breastmilk, or formula on your clothes or in your hair, usually with no idea how long it could have been there. You live your life on a three-hour (or shorter) loop – feed the baby, burp the baby, change the baby, rock the baby back to sleep. You’re exhausted to your bones, no matter how much coffee you drink (if you even manage to finish a full cup). You are a mother in the thick of it. From the challenges, to the triumphs, we celebrate you, mama!
Let’s start this post off with a bit of honesty. When I first became pregnant, I assumed that morning sickness meant that my food aversions, sensitivity to smells, and inability to contain anything I had eaten would only be reserved to the morning time.
Tips for keeping your toddler safe at home from Lavender Home Front. As your baby slowly morphs into a toddler, there are many ways that your little one can begin to get into mischief.