A teacher is at home full-time this summer with a toddler and an infant, and each morning dreads the super long intensive daylight parenting hours ahead of her. Is there more to this than just the new summer schedule? Amalah thinks maybe.
A mom is starting to climb out of postpartum depression and is having a hard time getting her husband’s support for alone time for self-care.
A mom who wants to try the Ferber Method sleep training with her six month old is concerned about her guilt.
A mom can’t shake the feeling of sadness and regret over a tubal ligation. What should she do?
I’m pregnant, but I’m scared and unhappy all the time. I feel like the parts of me that aren’t sustaining a child are dying. And I don’t know how to fix it.
My husband stays home with our son and is falling apart. I don’t know what to do or how to help.
My 14 month old just weaned. I thought I was more than ready, but I’m devastated. Is this normal?
I had a baby and now I can’t stop worrying about the end of the world! Is this normal?
After a terrible breastfeeding experience with baby #1, how to overcome fears and anxiety about nursing baby #2.
After a difficult pregnancy, birth and newborn experience, a mother wants to know: Am I a monster for hating every minute of those “magical moments?”
What to do about overstepping parents, in-laws and other assorted assvice-givers during the stressful first months of parenting.
Another dilemma from the “my birth control is driving me crazy” files. Plus: a round up of the non-hormonal options.
Answer: YOU DO
It’s not always just the blues.
Featured Parenting Professional: Erica Lyon of The Big Book of Birth.