Posts tagged "newborn"

Motherhood and Twitter

I’ve been following a friend on Twitter as she navigates the first weeks of motherhood.  She tweets at all hours because her adorable newborn is up at all hours.  For some reason, I can’t stop reading and many times replying to her tweets.  What’s even more strange is that Erin and I have met in... Read more »

I'm a "Titi"!!!

My family is slowly taking over all the holidays. I have already blogged about how both my grandfather’s death and our signing the paperwork to pursue Dylan’s adoption happened on Valentine’s Day and how my grandmother passed away on New Years’ Day. Now my brother – whose birthday falls on Groundhog’s Day – has welcomed... Read more »

Caution: Contents Under Pressure

Charleston has the same relaxing effect on Emerson as it does on us.
We are happy to welcome back Angela Mead as our guest blogger. Today, she is sharing her experience with breast feeding. Angi has written for us twice in the past in The Corporate Traveler’s Wife  and Girls’ Night Out Every Night.  So I just spent the last twenty minutes in the steam shower massaging my left…tata.  It’s not what it... Read more »
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Girls' Night Every Night

Em and I go to mommy & baby yoga so that I can have some "grown-up" interaction while Michael's gone.
Today we welcome back Angela Mead as our guest blogger. In August, she was pregnant with her first child and imagining what it would be like to be a single parent while her husband traveled for work. She wrote about her concerns in The Corporate Traveler’s Wife. Now that her daughter is two months old, she’s sharing her reality.  Emerson’s... Read more »

Back To Reality: The Trifecta

Both of my babies slept a lot, but for very different reasons. I love how Atia's touching Asher, as if she's making sure that he's real.
My Previous Blog Entry: “DINA MANZO’S INTERVIEW PODCAST: The Real Housewives of New Jersey” Well, the fantasy of hobnobbing with the stars is over and as the fairy godmother said in Cinderella, “On the stroke of twelve, the spell will be broken, and everything will be as it was before.” Dropping us back into reality and... Read more »

Postpartum Depression: PART 2

My newborn son and my daughter undergoing intense chemotherapy.
Last Week’s Blog > “It All Caved in on Me: Postpartum Depression” Today’s entry is a continuation of last week’s. As I mentioned, it’s frightening exposing my innermost feelings, emotions and experiences for all to see, to judge, to read. I feel naked and extraordinarily vulnerable. My hope is that my message will bring comfort to those going... Read more »
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