The first deterrent to getting pregnant was my job. Once again, that pesky career got in my way of motherhood. I started a new job shortly after marriage; a job which allowed me to partially work from home.
So there they were. My pre-pregnancy skinny jeans. So soft. So cute. Like memory foam pillows designed to fit my body, my curves, my booty, ahhhhhh! I put them against my new post-pregnancy body. One thigh could have fit the entire pair!
In your 30s, you will start noticing skin conditions that come with age, which include brown spots, wrinkles, under eye circles, dryness, and acne. Arming yourself with a few simple steps can you help fight off some of these changes and preserve and restore your “skin health.”
Are you concerned because you spent nine months excitedly waiting for your bundle of joy to arrive but now you don’t feel the way you thought you would? Do you struggle to connect with your baby? Do you worry about not being the mom you thought you would be? Don’t worry, mommy. What you are feeling is perfectly normal. While you may only have a case of the “baby blues,” postpartum depression is also a possibility.
The runny nose hasn’t let up for weeks, that nagging cough is never-ending — and nothing you do can stop those tiny fingers from rubbing those watery, red eyes. Instead of a cold, your little one could be suffering from allergies, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis. And lots of children (even very young children) end up having them: Plant pollen causes an allergic reaction in up to 40 percent of kids, according to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).