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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 […]

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, […]

May16
Housing Crisis: Staying With the In-Laws

Housing Crisis: Staying With the In-Laws

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Dear Amy, My question doesn’t have anything to do with beauty advice, but rather how to avoid seeming like an elitist snob when I’m at my in-laws’ family reunion this summer. You give such great advice and are a creative thinker; I thought maybe you could help me. Here’s the deal. My husband’s parents have […]

Mar14

When The Worst Happens: Dealing with Pregnancy Loss

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Hi Amy, I know that you have not experienced this particular pregnancy horror, but you give excellent advice and also maybe some of your readers out there have been through this. Up until last week I was pregnant with twins. 19 weeks pregnant! Supposedly past the point where the bad stuff can happen! And yet, […]

Mar07
Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time Move

Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time Move

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baby%20sleeping.jpgDaylight Savings (“Spring Forward “) is this weekend. Swellbeing has a step-by-step plan to your baby transition well during the daylight savings time adjustment.

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Feb15
Circumcision: the kindest cut, or the cruelest?

Circumcision: the kindest cut, or the cruelest?

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It’s the day after Valentine’s Day, and I’m thinking about circumcision. I assure you this is a coincidence. So! Those of us who have birthed baby boys are faced with the inevitable question: to snip or leave intact? In most of the world, the majority of boys are left as nature intended, but here in […]

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