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Mother’s Day: for a long time this was one of the hardest days of my life. The day I was reminded of all that I wasn’t but wanted to be… a mom. I felt so isolated and invisible. And just so dang sad. I remember being in church and the well-meaning clerical leadership asking all mothers to stand and be recognized. It took a lot for me to sit there…

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With each new stage and age I find myself googling sample schedules for babies. They grow so quickly and I feel like everything can change in the blink of an eye. One minute Luna naps three hours at a time and the next they’re a struggle and she’s only logging half that amount. So today I thought I would share Luna’s schedule that we lived by for months four and five…

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It’s National Infertility Awareness Week and I wanted to take a moment to share something special I have been working on for you guys.

I recently had the opportunity to interview our IVF doctor, Dr. H. Randall Craig of the Fertility Treatment Center, to gather some much-needed answers from him that you guys had submitted to me previously.

My hope is that these answers, that come straight from the source…

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When you have a new baby your whole world gets turned upside down. Not only are you in (total sleep deprived) newborn heaven, but you are also having to learn so much, so quickly. How to change a diaper (if it’s your first), how to swaddle, how to care for this sweet little life, how to distinguish your baby’s cries, how (and when) to introduce a pacifier… (the list goes on)… and on top of it all… how to breastfeed…

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