Lately I have been embarking into the world of minimalism. So much so that last Christmas I asked for experiences rather than things. Who am I kidding? I jumped into the minimalism wagon not long after Teagynn was born! It has been a long, LONG time coming. Slowly, but surely I have been cleaning out our house and… Continue reading Baby items.
So Kate Middleton has been on my mind for the past few days. This is definitely not a typical name going through my mind throughout the day, but her name sure does keep popping up in my thoughts from time to time this week. More specifically the birth of her third child. I know I… Continue reading Rock Star after birth.
My little family and I went on a big trip to Colorado this past weekend. I was very nervous about how Teagynn would react to it all, as you can imagine. We made it back all in one piece though. The trip was pretty stressful and you can read about it on my personal blog;… Continue reading Encouraging Other Mommas.
Blogging to me is a way to let people in and that is exactly why I feel that blogging is absolutely an important part of a business, especially for birth professionals. Blogging allows people to see a different side of the story. Think about it from the point of view of giving birth. Let's say… Continue reading Blogging.
Taking another good post from my personal blog and presenting it ever so lovingly to you! I hope you all enjoyed this month of love as much as I did!! I never understood this kind of love until Teagynn was born. It's a strong kind of love, one that I will forever cherish. I fell… Continue reading A Mothers Love.
I've been sharing the love on my personal blog as well and I thought it would be nice to share some of the stuff I've been writing over there with you guys!! http://www.simplychelseamorgan.wordpress.com If you know Ethan than you know that he has a shield wrapped very securely around his heart and it takes a… Continue reading A Father and Daughters Love.
If there is anything harder to deal with than going through a cesarean birth, it'll have to be the physical and emotional pain that you have to endure afterwards. Your stomach hurts, your incision hurts, even your feelings hurt. It feels like it's going to take an army to get you back to normal. I get it. I felt the… Continue reading Love After Cesarean