By Kim, The New (Toddler) Mom It’s official. My baby isn’t a baby anymore (teardrop). I mean, he is MY baby, and will be forever – but as we got closer and closer to his first birthday I started to observe some real changes. Slowly but surely, the tantrums and meltdowns were starting up. I … Continue reading T is for Toddler – and Tantrums Too
A note from the Editor: For the remainder of the week, we will be featuring blog posts from guest contributors to The Mommicles. We are so excited to have additional perspectives and insights into parenthood brought to us by our Mommicles Community. After this week, The Mommicles will be on a two week holiday break. … Continue reading Postpartum Depression Explained
By Binah, The Expectant Mom Going to the doctors used to be an easy process for me. I’d schedule my appointments as needed (a.k.a whenever I felt sick, which was every 2-3 years). Now, going to the doctor has become the most anxiety provoking event of my life. It all began Labor Day weekend, Thursday … Continue reading What’s up, Doc?
By Kim, The New Mom So I’ll start by acknowledging that yes, I am a sorority girl. I spent my college years running around campus with a group of women who grew into some of my most cherished lifelong friends. But, all that being said, it has long been my general opinion that women can … Continue reading An Unexpected Sisterhood
By Kim, The New Mom We’ve all seen it before while scrolling our Instagram or Facebook pages. You know what I’m talking about. Those “snapback” pictures of new moms who seemingly went back to their pre-pregnancy bodies quicker than imaginable. And let's be honest, there are also the moms who simultaneously snapback into a level … Continue reading The Mom Bod Snapback