The first few weeks of maternity leave were so hectic I completely put work out of my mind (as you should!) but toward the end I started to feel very anxious about returning.
Oh em gee. I went to the 60th Grammy awards!
My husband is a professional jazz musician and tours internationally and locally for a living.
Jeneen joined us on February 20th after 24 hours of labor and nearly two hours of delivery. We’re already celebrating a one month milestone and she has changed so much in just four weeks.
The last few weeks of my pregnancy have been a really interesting journey both mentally and physically. I’m bouncing back from the worst flu virus I think I’ve ever experienced despite having a flu shot.
Instead of resolutions, each year for the last several years I reflect and document incredible things that happened during that year (16 in 2016, 15 in 2015, and so on) as a way to remember all the milestones, growth, an
How far along? 24 weeks
Gender? Girl! We found out really early through genetic testing.
Total weight gain/loss? Ooooff. Pass.
Maternity clothes? Hell yeah. I’ve invested in pants and maternity jeans.
One of my fondest memories from my twenties is the time I lived alone. That period in my life played a vital role in shaping my personal growth and outlook on life.
Hey friends, I’m back from a brief blog and social media hiatus and I’d like to introduce you to my baby bump! We’ve got a little thrifter in training living in there and we can’t wait to meet our
I can’t even begin to tell you how much I disliked working out at home.