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It was hard and throbbing. Oh you! And your dirty mind! I mean my boob. My boob was hard and throbbing. Wait. That still sounds pretty dirty. I thought I had mastitis the other night. Nothing like the word mastitis to nix all dirty images from a breastfeeding mama’s mind, right? The entire left side […]
My husband, who saw the whole thing, said that our son was already screaming when he was born; the wail seemed to have originated in utero. As the cord was being clamped and he was being wiped down, I said, “It’s OK little boy, it’s OK.” And not only did he stop what had been […]
The week before last, my husband was out of town on business and my parents came all the way from New York to help with the kids. Although nights were hard because I was doing all the waking, it was nice to have extra sets of hands during the days. For the most part, Fuzz […]
Now that Baby G is nearing the 4 month mark, her personality is really starting to emerge. Jon and I both agree that if asked to describe her temperament, the words that would come to mind are “sweet” and “laid back.” Now that her colic has subsided, she’s just a an easy, happy baby girl […]
Got a colicky baby? Well then, I’m sorry. Because an endlessly crying baby is something that’s just too hard to bear when you’re an exhausted new parent. Some experts estimate that between 10 and 15 babies experience colic, which means that 10 to 15 percent of parents are out there right now, desperately needing a […]