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Sep03
Carseat Tetris: What Seat Fits In What Car

Carseat Tetris: What Seat Fits In What Car

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Tell me the make and model of both your carseat and car, and a definitive-ish yes/no/ehhhh on how well it fits. Bonus points for any tales of car seats that absolutely did NOT fit into a certain car. Double bonus points for car seat recommendations for small cars or fitting multiple seats and children into a single row.

Sep02
Week 33

Week 33

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OKAY. FINE. HOSPITAL BAG PACKING TIME.
People have been begging for this one, and while I intended to save it until the week that I, you know, actually packed my hospital bag, apparently a whole lot of you prefer to be proactive and pack it super early. Or else you just plan to obsess about it for five or six more weeks. (That I kind of actually relate to.)

Aug29
Low Supply & High Guilt: How to Deal With Your Milk Drying Up

Low Supply & High Guilt: How to Deal With Your Milk Drying Up

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Dear cutest pregnant lady evah, I’ve been reading Amalah for years – pre-Noah. I remember you posting one day that you had quit breastfeeding, including pictures of all the pump parts / accessories that you were throwing away. At the time, this was meaningless to me because I had no children. Fast forward to me […]

Aug27
How to Repair Smashed Shadow

How to Repair Smashed Shadow

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Dear Amalah, I just returned home from a LOVELY tropical vacation (wait, scratch that, I should be courting your sympathy here)…uh, a very long and taxing journey. And while unpacking I discovered that two of my favorite eyeshadows shattered in my luggage. The compacts are okay, but the shadows themselves are cracked and broken and […]

Aug26
Week 32

Week 32

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Your Baby: Is about three pounds, 11 ounces and 16 inches long. Is starting to get pretty crowded in there, so you may feel more subtle, rolling-type movements instead of sharp pointy kicks. You: May notice a slight change in your belly shape over the next few weeks — kind of…downward sloping. Not so much […]

Aug25

Returning to Work: How to Survive & How to Cut Yourself Some Slack Already

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Dear Amy, Five months ago I had the most delicious little girl in the whole world. Perfectly chubby thighs? Check. Sleeps through the night? Check. Always smiling and/or laughing? Double check. In short, I’m half-way convinced that the hospital made a horrendous mistake by giving me someone else’s happy-go-lucky girl, and by giving my screaming, […]

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