What I did with my placenta... One reason, I wanted a home birth was because I wanted my son to have delayed cord clamping. I'm a firm believer in delayed cord clamping because I think babies are naturally meant to get all of that blood and goodness in them at the time of birth. Some... Continue Reading →
Post partum is a sensitive subject mainly because every mother experiences it differently. I did not quite understand it until I experienced it for myself. I think of the "baby blues" as a time a mother grieves subconsciously the emptiness within. For almost a year you and baby are connected as one. When you give... Continue Reading →
The moment after I would catch my baby was supposed to be filled with nothing but pure joy and happiness. Magic in the air. I wanted so much to be able to just bond and care for him. But child birth is unpredictable. I had a plan, a vision, but not everything goes according to plan all the time...
But pregnancy is NOT all rainbows and butterflies. It's not so much of a brisk walk in the park as it is a marathon, mentally and physically. There is so much people do not tell you or talk about.
I've been wanting to start this whole "mom blog" for some time now but the fact that I haven't until now... 6 months later after my baby was born... says a lot about what it is like being a mom. I have no time. Don't get me wrong... I have plenty of time especially since... Continue Reading →