The early postpartum period is a time of transition- in your family, your body, and yes, your style. Here are our top picks for items we love for bridging the gap between maternity clothes and your regular pieces.
The holiday season can be painful for those who have lost a loved one. Celebrations bring a reminder of what was and what will not be. They represent milestones that should have been met- particularly for grieving parents who should be anticipating a winter due date or dreaming of their baby's first Christmas.
Forgetfulness. Shedding clumps of hair. Leaking from.. well, all over. By the end of pregnancy most of us look forward to getting back to feeling like our normal selves again, only to be taken by surprise when it feels anything but normal! Here's what changes to expect postpartum and how to feel more comfortable in your own skin.
The early weeks postpartum can pack quite a punch: Sleep deprivation. Leaky breasts. A tender undercarriage. It's no wonder new mothers find themselves crying more than they did before! While many parents have heard of the term "the baby blues," they might not be familiar with what the blues entail- or how to recognize signs of other postpartum mood disorders.