This weekend, I learned the importance of understanding the intentions that motivates someone’s (in)action. I have an amazing father that is not my blood, nonetheless he is an absolutely amazing man and father. He’s caring, honest and always speaks highly of me and my son. He has raised me for the past 20 years and […]Read More Father’s Day
We finally broke the jogging portion of the jogger in last Monday, with a 30-minute run at the park. It went absolutely wonderful! Baby loves the outdoors, so this was a fun activity for us. We had used the stroller before at markets and to take walks around the neighborhood and it’s always been enjoyable. […]Read More Graco Trax Jogger Click N Connect
Just to tag along with my self-care post from last last week…I want to share some self care routines I had during pregnancy. & Here’s a picture of me at 28 weeks I wanted to share because I miss my belly and my son is 7 months today. Around this time my belly began itching […]Read More My prenatal self-care
Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.
Here’s a story for the ages: I didn’t know I had to wash bottles. No, seriously 4 days postpartum, delirious and fresh out of the hospital, I boiled bottles after swishing them around in soapy water. *palm face* 5 months into it, the routine below is what works for me. Just in case there are […]Read More How to Wash Bottles (& Other Assorted Baby Items)
“Is Friday good for you?” “Yes, or if you would like to schedule for a further date as I might be contagious, I understand. ” “So, Friday at 11am is good?” “Sure.” I answered the phone Wednesday with my voice going in and out and agreed to a job interview that following Friday. This is […]Read More Returning to the Workforce; the Interview