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When your baby needs to stay in the hospital

Who knew that Syona’s first two weeks would be spent in the hospital rather than at home with me?

How to start exercising again after you’ve given birth

Recently had a baby? Not quite sure where to start with your exercise and fitness routine?  Here are some helpful tips and guidelines.

Am I really a mommy blogger?

It is ironic to me that most people would refer to me as a mommy blogger. I am a mother and I blog about motherhood, but I just don't think it fits.

The working mom juggling act!

Attempting to juggle family, friends, work and a baby!

Reflections on motherhood

My workshop at Chester Art Centre gave me lots of food for thought regarding self-portraiture as a means of meditating on particular emotions. Here I am trying to capture my reflection on motherhood and what it means to me.

Breastfeeding isn’t always easy

Mom Tania Simcock shares the trials and tribulations she went through with breastfeeding her child.

How to handle engorgement, excerpt from the Womanly Art of Breastfeeding

The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding explains to moms about why it's important to treat engorgement as soon as possible.

Get your pre-baby body back

In the weeks after giving birth, most new moms look at themselves in the mirror and don't recognize their own bodies.

Your post-baby body isn’t permanent

Don't let saggy boobs get you down. Do something about it.

Glorious Sleep: How to cope when your baby won’t sleep through the night

The average adult should get eight hours of shut-eye each night, but with wee ones in the house, that’s an unlikely scenario. The U.S. National Sleep Foundation found that new parents lose 350 hours (that’s 14 days!) of nighttime sleep during a baby’s first year. And a 2008 study...

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