Kitchenability Blog - postpartum stories

08.26.2016

An Honest Look at Postpartum Life as a Food and Mommy Blogger

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Life as a blogger. You hide behind a computer — picking and choosing what you decide to write. Picking and choosing the stories you want to share with the world. Deciding what will be relatable, what will get the most views, comments, or likes. And you stress over the constant failure you may perceive yourself to be. Some days, I think, “There goes another recipe […]

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07.18.2016

Getting Real About Childbirth, Breastfeeding and the Baby Blues

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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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06.24.2016

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

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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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