by Leah Speer posted in Mom Stories Could we do all of this without one another? Could we survive the sleepless nights, the toddler tantrums, the sassy preschoolers, the cranky husbands, and all the other things we experience as moms without a community to lean on? Together, we can feel safe sharing. We all have [...]
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by Jenni Buckley posted in Mom Stories A new billboard recently popped up on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. The billboard is an advertisement for the dating website, Cougarlife.com. Cougars, if you’re unaware, is a slang term used to describe an older woman who ‘preys’ on younger men. Your immediate reaction is probably ...
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by Dr. Lisa Dana posted in Mom Stories Controversial research out of the University of California at San Francisco finds that women who offer their babies small amounts of formula in the first days of life are more likely to succeed with breastfeeding. This contradicts World Health Organization breast feeding recommendations. The data was ...
by Jenni Buckley posted in Mom Stories The transition into having two kids has been harder than I expected. I went into having this second baby with a smug, know-it-all attitude. This been there-done that attitude helped me for the first couple of days after L was born. Breastfeeding has been very easy for me [...]
by Jennifer Borget posted in Mom Stories As my doctor laid my sweet baby boy in my arms I felt a familiar wave of love wash over me. Aaah yes, I’ve experienced this before, and this time it will be so much easier because… Well, been there, done that. Right? Yea, maybe a little, but [...]
by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories Milkscreen, the company known for making the alcohol testing strips touted by Kourtney Kardashian, has announced they are discontinuing their breastfeeding assessment test as a result of negative feedback. The breastfeeding assessment test is/was an at-home kit that measures and evaluates a lactating ...
by Jennifer Borget posted in Mom Stories A little overly eager, I grabbed my skinny jeans the other day. My mind must have been in some alternate universe because I pulled them up actually thinking I may have been able to button them. HA! That was hilarious. Off they came. I had my baby boy [...]
by Betsy Shaw posted in Mom Stories After 15 years of examining young women’s breasts with a slide rule and calipers, a French sports medicine specialist from Besancon, France– beautiful city, I highly recommend visiting with or without a bra– Dr. Jean Denis Rouillon has determined bras don’t prevent sagging. “Our ...
by Sabrina Garibian posted in Mom Stories I had my daughter last night! Alessandra Rose is a beautiful and healthy 8 lbs 4 oz and 21 3/4″ long. Bigger than her brother! My labor and delivery was smooth and could not have gone better. I chose to have an epidural, and I have to say [...]
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