You might be wondering what the heck the fourth trimester is. Or, you might be very familiar with the term as it’s becoming increasingly more popular. This term refers the first three months of your baby’s life outside the womb in which they need nurturing and the mama’s body needs nurturing as it heals from carrying and birthing a child. …
Anyone who’s been following along for a few years, know that getting Jonas to sleep through the night was and continues to be very difficult. With my second sone, I was very open to new ideas. Thankfully, a friend recommended Taking Cara Babies, so I took their Newborn Sleep class online and am sharing my experience.
I found this draft sitting unpublished from 2.5 years ago. Not sure why I wrote it and never shared, but it still resonates deeply so here it is.
Now that I’ve been through pregnancy twice (hey Jonas & Winston!), I wanted to share what I’ve learned about taking care of yourself during pregnancy, what you should be thinking about, and just some helpful tips. I learned SO MUCH from my first pregnancy and was able to tweak what I did the second time around.
About a month ago, our sweet little family welcomed Winston James into our lives. Win (or Winnie) was born at 5:59 am on April 7th after only 6 hours of labor and only 2 days after my birthday! For those of you interested and not grossed out by the details, I’m sharing his birth story on the blog.
Tips to plan a visit to Dragon Park in Nashville with kids
We visited the Georgia Aquarium last year on our way to Walt Disney World and loved every second of it. The experience was beautiful and awe-inspiring.
I haven’t written here since last fall for one very important reason...I was and still AM pregnant. We found out we were expecting our second baby and I quickly started feeling nauseous and exhausted, which is why blogging took a MAJOR backseat. I love having this space to write, share photos and life with you all in a deeper way than platforms like Instagram allow. Here are a very small number of pictures from around the time I stopped writing last fall.