So what really happens to your breasts after pregnancy and nursing?
Is it worthwhile, a load of nonsense…or something akin to a medieval torture chamber?
What can I reasonably expect to get done during my maternity leave?
Somebody’s gotta say it: Let’s talk about POSTPARTUM CONTROL ISSUES.
Shedding, breakage, scalp changes: who knew having a baby could be so tough on your HAIR?
Amalah chats with Jonniker about colic, reflux and other things that turn your perfect newborn into a terrifying hellbeast.
Or, Do You Really Need All This Crazy Stuff?
Answer: YOU DO
Time’s up, new mama. How to make a smooth(ish) transition back to the working world.
Whether it happens at two months or two years, it can be a really weird time. Maybe you feel relieved. Maybe you feel guilty. Maybe you even feel a distinct loss of identity. Maybe it’s a mix of all three, plus some other conflicting emotions I forgot to mention.
What to say when you’re confronted, harassed, or asked to leave.
Stephanie of Adventures in Babywearing tells us why she chose a homebirth and why it was right for her, plus some of the more practical aspects of recovering from a birth at home from the get-go.
…exercise? Get pregnant again? Eat sushi? A quick n’ dirty rundown of postpartum timetables.
When your baby has a birth defect. Two amazing parents tell the story of their amazing little man.
That first time, I clung to that six-week no-sex window for as long as I could. The second time… not so much.
Okay, somebody probably did try to tell me, but I probably wasn’t paying attention. PAY ATTENTION, YOU!
Not enough milk, too much milk, or just about right? Just call me Goldiboobs and the Three Breastpump Settings.
I’m just a hunk, a hunk of burning boob.
How to know if it’s Thrush. Yeah, we’re bringing sexy back this week.
Coping with regret, sadness and the sense that you’re being ridiculous when you don’t get the birth experience you dreamed of.