Category working mothers
More on night weaning: Of course, it helps that my daughter is now 2 years old (and 4 months) and can actually understand some reason. She’s a big talker. So one of the things I accidentally did right, early on, was getting into the habit of only breastfeeding in one spot. Just one. The […]
So, my daughter is … (I’m losing count)…. 2 years and 4 months old. She’s a really cool human. She’s been talking in complete sentences for a while, and what’s wonderful for my mental health is the fact that she has stopped night nursing. Hoooooooray. People tell me all the time that when you […]
It’s now been 9 1/2 weeks (cue cheesy 80s movie) since L’s birth, and she’s now been sleeping 6-8 hours per night for a week, more or less, minus a couple of times when she didn’t feel good. Anyway. So I don’t really remember much about the first month. I guess that’s typical… the sleep […]
“You got a light?” – The embryo kicks back and considers having a smoke. Or at least, that’s what I saw.
I want to do pre-natal yoga, and I’ve been corresponding with the instructor over email. She sounds very sweet. It sounds like a great group. But I’m hesitant to start, because I don’t feel like I’m ready to be around “normal” fertile pregnant women yet. I’m still too angry at the shitty things acquaintances have […]
I dunno. She looks suspiciously flat-bellied and well-rested, considering she looks like something out of “Brave New World.” I’m all about breast-feeding, but I don’t know if I can pretend to be doing anything work-related while hooked up to a machine that’s sucking on my nipples. Just saying.