Secret shame: Nobody wants to talk about how nobody wants to have sex anymore.
A concerned husband wants to know when it stops being “just hormones” and starts being something more serious.
Two boobs, one pump, and two very different experiences.
Did a major network television show just get breastfeeding…right?
You’ve had a baby! Congratulations. Now when are you having another one?
Another dilemma from the “my birth control is driving me crazy” files. Plus: a round up of the non-hormonal options.
An interview with the Mominatrix herself, Kristen Chase.
I do not think those words mean what the tabloids think they mean.
Practical tips for postpartum boobcare.
Remembering everything you felt — or didn’t — when you first met your baby.
The messy emotional mess of deciding when to quit.
At some point, you may start thinking — dreaming! wishing! longing! — about leaving the house. By yourself, with your husband, partner, friends. Anywhere and spend two hours free of the fear that someone is going to vomit into your cleavage.
Technically it’s probably more useful to friends and family of postpartum moms than to actual postpartum moms, but…whatever. IT’S TIMELY. AND EVERYBODY LIKES PRESENTS.
Let’s skip the formal column and go shopping this week instead.
Newborns and holidays = quadruple the insanity. No, I’m not sure why that math works either.
Having a baby means starting a whole new family, in more ways than one.
You’ve packed everything but the kitchen sink. But what if you’re out and you NEED THE KITCHEN SINK? (Yep, it’s time to relax and streamline.)
What has sleep deprivation done for you lately?
So what really happens to your breasts after pregnancy and nursing?