I was watching Baby L play with one of those toys where you match the colored shape with the correct cut-out in a bucket. She took the triangle and relentlessly attempted to get in into the square hole. She finally
I went into the baby cabinet today to put away bottles which are now occasionally used for water. Sitting there in the front were all my pumping supplies. My stomach dropped and I felt a use sense of nostalgia. Over pumping?
Nearly one in four American women take less than two weeks off of work after giving birth, according to the story “Family Leave: A Luxury for a Few American Women” on today’s edition of The Takeaway on WNYC. “We all want to bond
On my “to do” list yesterday – the day baby turned one month old – was to write an update on how the last two weeks has been. It never happened along with a host of other scribbled line items
Not the usual leisure reading some would pick up but The New Puberty by Drs. Greenspan and Deardorff is a must read for anyone with young women in their lives. After hearing a fascinating interview with the authors on NPR’s Fresh Air,
Here in the Philadelphia area temperatures have been hitting record lows. Earlier in the winter, my mom had signed up through her church to be a volunteer with a community program giving shelter and meals to homeless people. Now my
As if picking out a first name for baby isn’t difficult enough, baby’s last name is up in the air, too (well not according to my boyfriend). There’s a great article on Parenting.com offering tips on how to choose a