After baby number three, I realized the only way to accomplish anything on my to-do list and keep my baby content is by babywearing. But I've also realized there is a bit of a learning curve, and it's not always as easy as some moms make it look. I am by no means a babywearing expert, but I'm a mom who loves babywearing and I hope that sharing my experiences will help other moms enjoy it as I much as I do. Here are some tips that helped me figure out babywearing:
I'm not gonna lie, this month has been tough. I try not to pay much attention to all the hype around "leaps" and "regressions" because I don't like having the expectation that my baby is going to be fussy and have multiple night wakings at certain ages. Also, if multiple night wakings are an indication… Continue reading Breastfeeding Month 15: Sleep Regressions and How I Deal
Yesterday, I was that one weird mom trying to inconspicuously nurse her acrobatic toddler in the corner of the science museum. My toddler was squirmy, fussy, overstimulated, and overtired. Breastfeeding is the only way to help him when he's in this state - so that's what I did. Maybe I wasn't that "weird mom," but… Continue reading Breastfeeding Month 14: Yes, It’s Still Beneficial!
I am breastfeeding in public as I write this- in my two-piece bathing suit at an indoor water park. My family and I are spending the day here at Great Wolf Lodge enjoying some fun and family time, poolside. My two older kids are running around, going down all the water slides, and now my… Continue reading I Breastfeed in Public (and Why Most People Don’t Care)
That's right, I have entered month thirteen of breastfeeding, which means I am now extended breastfeeding my little. And I am so proud of myself and of my little one, and so grateful for this experience. So, I wanted to write a post in celebration of this milestone, and just check in and talk about… Continue reading Breastfeeding: Month 13