This post contains affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosures here Hello everyone! Welcome to the first, of many, segments on the Fertility Awareness Method (FAM): a practice I have and continue to use in my life. Through the FAM I was able to get pregnant after 5 months of trying blindly and unsuccessfully. FAM […]
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Morning sickness doesn’t just hit mommas expecting girls, its not always restricted to the first trimester and, despite its name, it doesn’t just happen in the mornings. It is fair game for any expecting mommies. For those of you that have experienced or are currently experiencing morning sickness, you know how it ranges from being annoying to downright debilitating!
When the time came to create our baby registry, we were overwhelmed with the choices. There were so many stores, products, brands, styles and colors to choose from. But despite being inundated with the endless options and investing countless hours studying each and every item that we put on our list, it was exciting to shop for our new baby.
Delivery day is going to be hectic. So don’t get caught trying to pack your hospital bags as your contractions are 4 minutes apart. Pack your hospital bags at least a month before your due date and use this handy checklist to get yourself organized. Here is a list of what you’ll be glad you brought along and what you can leave behind.
I have decided that this would be the very first article I write for this blog because it is the most difficult, yet important, to address: My miscarriage