Kitchenability Blog - Postpartum Advice

07.18.2016

Getting Real About Childbirth, Breastfeeding and the Baby Blues

mommy blog delivery room

I want to get real with this post. I am gravitating toward more mommy bloggers who tell it like it is, and tell their raw stories, which I can relate to so much. So, in the spirit of that, I want to get raw, and down and dirty. Are you ready? Here we go.

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07.15.2016

My Choice to Be a Stay-at-Home Mom

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As I sit here at my desk contemplating if I will finish my whole cup of coffee, I look around at the photos that surround my desk and smile. I am hoping I can finish this cup before my daughter wakes up. Or even this blog entry. Lately, my life feels like one day just rolls into the next. I am the one here 24-7, […]

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07.01.2016

Postpartum Advice + Tips for New Dads

Eleanor and her Dad

Eleanor is almost 2 months old — wow! I seriously can’t believe it’s flown by! Learning my daughter’s cues, cries, and slowly appreciating the life I have come into has made me love being a mom more and more everyday. I’m slowly accepting my new body, and appreciating the beautiful life it gifted us! I honestly could not do it without my husband by my […]

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06.24.2016

The Big Crib Transition, White Noise and a Fun Mommy Video

nisa-and-eleanor

My daughter is sleeping. Should I be, too? Everyone says when the baby sleeps you sleep, right? I want to know how many moms actually do this. I use this time to do things around the house like laundry, write, or, eventually, eat something. We have also officially hit one of our first milestones. We have recently transitioned

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06.20.2016

Hey, New Moms! What Do You Miss Most?

Nisa and Eleanor

I’m sitting here, reminiscing about what life was like before a baby — thinking about all the Sunday afternoons I spent at breweries, spending money I probably didn’t have to begin with. Now, my Sundays involve sitting upstairs on a gorgeous day nursing an infant for the hundredth time. Lately, it’s been really hard not being able to leave the house. You kind of start to feel […]

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