Breastfeeding was the most difficult task I had to deal with when my daughter was born. I wanted my daughter to breastfeed very badly. But, breastfeeding for some women is really really hard. And it’s easy to give up, and I understand why moms do. My issues with breastfeeding dealt with two main problems. First,… Continue reading Breastfeeding Woes: Crappy Latch and Flat Nips
One of the hardest realities I encountered in the first few months of motherhood was mourning my old life. Before you have a kid, you really do not appreciate the phrase “I do what I want.” Everything you do, think, plan, worry about, breath, eat is for your child. It’s absolutely exhausting, and a big… Continue reading Congrats. You just had a Baby. Your life is now over.
There will be a point when all of a sudden your infant will begin projecting saliva at a waterfall’s rate out of her cute mouth. As a result, a disgusting and uncomfortable looking, reddish, bumpy rash will begin to appear on her face, neck, and chest. This rash is particularly difficult to eradicate when your… Continue reading The Dreaded Drool Rash
When my daughter was first born, one of the biggest issues I had was whether I should change her diaper like every single time I noticed even a dot of blue on that yellow line (I’m not talking about poo people). I googled this question. The reviews were mixed. But, the guilt I experienced reading… Continue reading To change the Diaper or not change the Diaper: that is the question
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