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How to Fit in Exercise as a New Mom

I’ve been in your shoes. You can hardly find time to take a shower and shave your legs. How are you supposed to fit exercise into your day as a new mom? Although it definitely isn’t easy, there are some things you can do to find time to exercise. Here are a few simple tips to try this week! read more

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How to Pack for the Hospital When Expecting

My husband, and I sat down and figured out what went well and what we can take away from our experience for next time. That conversation began with the contents of my hospital bag. So please allow me to share this nugget of wisdom with you -- I give you my master hospital bag packing list. read more

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Lipstick on a New Mom

After three days of caring for a new human on almost no sleep and with zero experience, my confidence was gone. I smiled weakly back at the stranger. If the lipstick wasn’t right for me, I was too tired to care. read more

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How to Name a Baby

There's so much that goes into a name - the words people will call our children for the rest of their lives. How about the name you were given by your parents, have you thought about that? read more

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An Open Letter to Myself

So I wrote a little letter to myself—not the me of today, but the me of three years ago, the me who was very suddenly aware of Down syndrome but who hadn’t really figured out what that meant. read more