Before sharing my experience and tips on pregnancy, I want to acknowledge how difficult it can be for some couples to become pregnant. I feel incredibly lucky that conceiving was easy for us and am ve
TALKING TO YOUR CHILDREN ABOUT YOUR PREGNANCY: My tips! With pregnancy and babies for certain, the more we talk about it and celebrate it with our children, the more excited and engaged they become! S
As you begin to shop for baby equipment, you will find that there is a vast and often overwhelming choice. The aim of this note is to help mothers-to-be decide what they need for their stay in the hos
Needs for the nursery As you begin to shop for baby equipment, you will find that there is a vast and often overwhelming choice. The aim of this note is to help mothers-to-be decide what they need for
What names do you love? If you’re expecting, have you made a name decision or are you waiting to meet the baby? I was having the most difficult time choosing a name for our baby! I think it is especia
Living in an international city like Milan for my first pregnancy, and then travelling around during my second and now living in Balkans with my third, I came across lots of different opinions about w
I was (I’m) lucky in my pregnancies to never suffer any of the common ailments of late pregnancy, to have had straightforward births and to have recovered relatively quickly postpartum.
However, morning sickness got me every single time, and it was a doozy. From about 5 or 6 weeks into the pregnancy to the 12 or 14-week mark, I felt what I can only describe (and believe me, I’ve TRIED several times to describe it to my husband to give him a sense of how it feels!) as a combination of motion sickness and a bad hangover. Blehh!
In my first pregnancy with David, the pregnancy sickness set in straight away. At first, I thought I had the flu – I felt nauseous and dizzy and tired ALL DAY LONG (wasn’t ‘morning sickness’ only something you felt in the morning?). Even typing about it now makes me recall the feeling. Bleh again!
The same happened now, with my 3rd pregnancy when I found myself HAVING an afternoon nap (I’m not a person who takes nap normally), every single day and I would sleep for 1 to 2 hours (!) every day in these first weeks of my pregnancy. Otherwise, I would not be able to go through the afternoon, I felt so much tired…
At 23 weeks, it’s time to share the news that we are having a baby! Yes, I am pregnant, and baby number three is on the way. We are very excited that a beautiful little being will join us soon! New li
Have you find out the gender of your baby? Being pregnant, one of the first questions people tend to ask is ‘Do you know what you’re having?’ It’s such a natural conversation starter. I know it’s one