Morning sickness is often one of the first signs of pregnancy. It is a common complaint for many new moms, but it often passes by three months into the pregnancy. However, for some, severe morning sickness can be bothersome.
Losing someone you can about is never easy, especially in today’s world. Even if you do everything ‘right’ everyone is being touched by loss, due to this pandemic.
When I struggle with an area of my life I often want a “redo,” I take the time to assess what I learned from that experience and then try something very similar again. I often hope that my knowledge can help me have a better experience next time around. This has served me well in many areas. However, I wondered if this methodology would work after my first pregnancy, which was high risk and resulted in a traumatic birth. Could I overcome that very difficult experience with a second childbirth?
Newborns. We dream of them, we wait for them, and they are perfect. That is perfectly imperfect. Parents should be prepared and realize that not all newborns look like one another or look perfect form head to toe.
The purpose of this blog if to inspire families to better understand their choices and options as well as how their choices affect both the short term and long term well-being of the whole family. I hope you enjoy it!
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