I Changed Parenting Styles With My Toddler & Never Looked Back
Motherhood Forced Me To Address My Life-Long Anxiety
When Will I Ever Get to Start My Own Holiday Traditions?
'Dear In-Laws, thank you for raising my son to be the man he is today'
Baby-Making Sex Can Be Awkward — I'm Proof Of That
Ever wonder what a visual representation of your future fertility would look like? With Modern Fertility’s new timeline tool, you can get just that. While fertility isn't an exact science, because our individual bodies are so unique, the tool shows averages pertaining to your age and your hormone levels, and that’s a great place to start. I got a chance to try it out, and here's what happened.
We may be parents, but we are by no means experts. As far as parenting goes, so much of our lives with kids is trial and error. We're always trying to figure out how to do it better. How to empower our kids more. How to raise good children who make the world a better place.
To the public eye, having a baby means buying soft blankets, bringing over a meal for a new mom, and gushing over tiny baby fists and plump cheeks. It’s easy to focus on all the joy and light a baby brings, and for many, that’s what it is. For the rest of us, the postpartum period is no joke.
If I could go back and do it again, here's what I would have done differently.
The Unique Struggle of Being a Nurse with Depression
I Hate Taking Photos of My Toddler, but I Do It Anyway
Anyone experiencing the pain, heartbreak, and uncertainty of infertility is wholly unprepared for it, but I truly didn’t know how overwhelming it was all going to get, especially as my husband and I walked into the fertility clinic for the first time.
For some, the choice was driven by a quest for normalcy. For others, it was a way to regain control. And for others still, the choice was to “go flat.” Eight brave women share their complex and personal journeys.