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!).
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
Pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and breastfeeding come with lots of [sometimes surprising] extras. Like fluid. Lots of different kinds of fluids. In pregnancy, you can expect to experience fluid in the form of vaginal discharge, urine leakage, amniotic fluid (closer to birth, of course), colostrum
New Year, new you? Not really. But if you're on the journey through pregnancy this year, you're probably feeling a whole lot like your body and self isn't the same as before. And truthfully, it isn't! The making of a parent is a significant transition. When you come out on the other side, it may tak
Was 2018 the year you learned you were pregnant? Was it the year you gave birth? Maybe it was the year you started trying to get pregnant, or the year you marked a breastfeeding milestone of 3 months, 6 months, or even a year! No matter how you found Giving Birth With Confidence, we're glad you stop