When it comes to blogging, crickets is all people have been getting from me this month. Not because I don’t have anything to write about. Goodness, no! Over the last four weeks my life has been one crazy train ride. I just don’t know how to say what’s on my mind. I feel like I… Read More Adulting Has Sucked Lately
On June 20, 2015, over 2,300 people spanning 5 countries participated in this year’s Climb Out of the Darkness event benefiting Postpartum Progress. Mine was one of those, and I’m so excited that it was a success! By Climb Day, my team roster looked an awful like my wedding guest list. Some of the same aunts,… Read More Climb Out of the Darkness 2015
“This. This one sentence. Four years ago Postpartum Progress was the ONLY place I found any information about PPD after miscarriage, and this was it. This. This one sentence is why I Climb. Because NO ONE ever told me to be aware of PPD after my loss. Because the anxiety I had during my next… Read More Why I Climb
I’m super excited to host my very first giveaway! I’m even more excited it’s for a cause I believe in. My original plan was to enter everyone who donated $10 to Postpartum Progress into a raffle for these prizes, but a few kind bloggers pointed out that by doing so, I’d more than likely be hosting an illegal… Read More Help Moms #ClimbOut – Giveaway
I’m a worrier by nature, but since becoming a mom it’s gotten worse. I honestly can’t decide if this is normal (to some degree I know it is) or if it’s partly postpartum anxiety. It’s really bad the first year postpartum. After I had G, I was obsessed with the idea he was autistic. It wasn’t… Read More Plain Ol’ Worry? Or Mother’s Intuition?
95 This is the number of letters going out in the mail today. These letters are going to physicians, therapists, pediatricians, lactation consultants, nurses, doulas, OBs, and midwives. And that is just today. Tomorrow I will mail 70 more. And the day after that I will start emailing professors teaching students in these same fields.… Read More Letters in the Mail