Postpartum with PCOS

What happens to your PCOS after you have a baby? I’ve been wondering about this and doing a little research on it for awhile now. From what I have read, it seems to vary widely from one woman to the next. I will share a few of the things I have noticed personally during this…

Breastfeeding tips every new mum should know

Breastfeeding can be one of the most challenging things you have to master when your baby is a newborn. It is a learned skill for the mother as well as the baby and can take time to get right. Here are some tips to help you along the way when you first start breastfeeding: 1.Try…

11 things I learned during my pregnancy

      1. Anxiety may over ride happiness: When you get your positive pregnancy test, the overwhelming feeling maybe one of anxiety and not happiness. ┬áMy husband was very happy, but I could just about muster up a smile. I was scared out of my mind that I would lose the baby and I…

My breastfeeding experience: Part II

This is continued from My Breastfeeding experience: Part I It is very difficult to know exactly how much breast milk the baby is getting from you and whether it is enough for him. One way to know is by using a breast pump and seeing how much milk you can get in fifteen minutes or…

My breastfeeding experience: Part I

When I found out that I was pregnant, I read a lot about breastfeeding. The ideal positions to hold the baby, the right latch, hind milk and fore milk, the works. I even went for a class and had a very qualified nurse show me how to feed an imaginary baby when I was around…

When are you planning to have a baby?

You’re about a year or two into your marriage. The newly wedded excitement and novelty has settled down into a comfortable routine. You and your spouse are happy and content; even the few minor explosions of temper have eased up . You have learned how to navigate rough seas, in fact, you’re much more than…