Is there something you wish you could go back and do all over again in an attempt to "get it right," or at the very least, do it a little better than you did the first time around? That's exactly how I feel about my postpartum experiences (x3) after reading Kimberly Ann Johnson's The Fourth
January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month. Lamaze is joining the National Birth Defects Prevention Network (NBDPN) and the March of Dimes to help inform families about birth defects -- most importantly, promoting tips and strategies that reduce the risk of birth defects and their
Hormones are powerful. In pregnancy, your body's hormones are responsible for growing and sustaining your baby's life (yay!), as well as the less fun symptoms and side effects like nausea, dizziness, reflux, and skin issues (boo!).
What if good health, and in turn, more joy, was simpler and more accessible than you thought? Often, the prescription for good health ("just follow these five steps!") is simpler than the processes you need to put in place to follow it consistently and thoroughly. But if there was a way to narrow it
Journaling throughout your pregnancy is a great way to keep a record of your experience, which then becomes a treasured keepsake for you and your child years into the future. If you subscribe to the BuJo (Bullet Journal) way of life, journaling during pregnancy offers a whole lot more than memory