How much one mom's high risk pregnancy costs each month - just for the medications she takes.
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Diana Stone is a stay-at-home-mom who decided to throw caution and propriety to the wind one day and blog on her life -- from the alcoholism that nearly ruined her marriage, her love of cleaning things, losing her twin boys at 20 weeks into her pregnancy in the public eye, becoming a writer, and dishing about how unnerving yet incredible life can be when you accept what's handed to you. Her blog Hormonal Imbalances has gained popularity by the honest, passionate approach she presents to her readers. Diana's writing has been syndicated on BlogHer and The Huffington Post, and she also writes for Military Family, Oreck, World Moms Blog, and Attachment Parenting International.
What 25 weeks pregnant is like when you are high risk. Pictures and updates from this blogger's past week.
Coping with a pregnancy after loss, and how it affects your brain, dreams, and self even months later.
24 weeks pregnant! I made it and passed it as of tomorrow. This was a HUGE past week for us. We had the one year anniversary of losing our twins, viability for this little boy, walking at the March of Dimes after reaching our fundraising goal, and then just the rest of life in general. MORE »
6 ways that work worldwide to reduce the causes of infant mortality on the first day of being born.
Here's 7 pictures over 11 weeks from 1st to 2nd trimester of development from my 3D ultrasounds!
A week in review from a mom 23 weeks pregnant after a loss. Belly shots, 3D ultrasounds, and preparing her daughter to be a big sister.
Being 22 weeks pregnant was lovely. So wonderful that I’m a little sad to see it go, but I can hardly believe tomorrow will be 23 weeks! These past few days, our family spent time together, and we spent time with friends, and we saw our little boy at the anatomy ultrasound. Click through to MORE »
The top ten boy names we considered for our next baby, from simple to old fashioned. Origins and meanings included, along with why we might have chosen each.
Take a look into this mom's pregnancy after loss as she reaches a huge milestone, mentally and physically, with her rainbow baby at 20 weeks.