Here's what the "cry it out" method really looks like in our house with our five-month-old son.
Even if your coping mechanisms aren't the healthiest or most Instagram-worthy, they are helping you survive this truly extraordinary and horrible time.
This is the story I needed to read when I was younger.
I feel like I'm living a life well-lived, for the first time in a long time.
Our son is 4 months old now, and he seems to really enjoy the camping theme.
Cat and Nat keep it real about the impossibility of motherhood perfection, but they do so with a lot of sensitivity.
Sometimes it feels like I spend hardly any time actually interacting with my baby.
What if he feels responsible for "keeping Mommy happy"?
It's an education class. It should educate you about the good, the bad, and the ugly.
I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season, and I will post whenever I can!