As beautiful, miraculous, and amazing as childbirth can be, delivering a baby can certainly take its toll on a mother’s body. Considering that a vagina is roughly the size of an elongated lemon, it’s no surprise that some women experience drastic changes with their bodies after giving birth.
Now more than ever it is important to stay current on information that is available to us as parents. Because mothers can easily be cut off from important information due to the demands of a pregnancy and caring for a newborn or even toddler/s, finding ways to stay informed is crucial to learning as much as possible in whatever little time a mother may have available to her.
As a mother-to-be, it is only natural to consider if such treatments are safe while pregnant or breastfeeding. In this article, we take a look at what science says about Botox and new moms. We also explore alternative routes to great-looking skin.
Adequate sleep is proven to help with a child’s cognitive development, emotions, behavior and overall health. Fostering healthy sleep habits with your little one right out of the gate will set you up for success! Although we don’t sleep train babies until 4 months from their estimated due date, there are steps you can take to instill a healthy sleep foundation right now.
I really need to thank whoever coined the term “adulting”. I use it on a consistent basis. As in, “Do I really have to do this ‘adulting’ thing today?” or “How do you manage ‘adulting’ so easily when you have two kids?” But more often than not, I find myself saying, “Adulting is hard!”