Monthly Archives: March 2009

of the stitches, the contractions, the pain, the catheter, and my little man’s entrance into this world. Just a year ago I was happily plump, round, patient, preparing, reading books about lactation and practicing relaxation exercises that were supposed to help make laboring without medication not hurt like my spine was being ripped from my […]

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7 am, he wakes, I hear him on the monitor.  Actually, he’s probably been awake for at least 15 minutes now because by the time I wake from my dreams of trips to Italy in skinny jeans he’s audibly annoyed that I’ve yet to come pick him up.  I stumble out my bedroom door, through […]

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It seems appropriate to share with you all this interview I just completed.  Kendall and I will be taking off soon, on our own, for a road trip down to south Texas, and while driving long distances with him still isn’t a walk in the park, momnesia pretty much sucked the traumatic memories of those […]

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It kept me up late last night just staring at it and holding it.  It’s so different than the one I already have, yet it seems easier.  It’s less fussy.  I don’t think I will spend as much time with the older one now.  This is my new love. My life seems complete now.  Yes, […]

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So I made a promise to myself back at the beginning of the month to blog more and then broke it about a day later.   It’s pretty much impossible to blog more when your brain isn’t functioning,  and your child is screaming at you 90% of the time he’s awake.  I think all of that […]

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This blog post is actually my first ever as featured blogger on TheBump.com.  I will be writing two entries for them a month and will let you all know here when they are published.  I have to say, I’m super excited about our partnership.  TheBump.com is a great online resource for all things pregnancy and […]

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