I don’t know about you, but after I gave birth, a million photos were taken of me and the baby. Do I really want to look like hell in some of the most important pictures in my little guy’s life?
One of my biggest concerns is how Vivien would react to her new little brother. Would she be upset, jealous, happy? And how would I balance mommy time between the two of them?
Here you come again!! My milk has come in, and I feel like Dolly Parton.
Hi! First blog since I got home. First time I have left my bedroom. Boy, do I need makeup.. or more like a makeover.
Rex is such a good baby.. so far. Doing fine with getting up at 1 and 4. I wake myself up before he does. It’s more work to keep Vivien happy and included. She is an eager big sister, but I have to put her to bed, or she freaks.
Note the clean floors. I hired a person who came today to do it. No new mother should mop!!
Can’t they make hospital food more appetizing? I mean, if we’re stuck in a bed for days, how about a nice steak? I’m just saying…
I’m so excited to have my new little guy, but I’m also excited that I’m not ever going through this again! No more pregnancy rashes on the arms, no more swollen feet, and no more C-sections! Hallelujah.
Introducing our latest addition! The delivery went surprisingly well. We’re happy and ecstatic with our new little boy. And in this video, I give a special message to Cool Mom readers…
Man, did that kid feel like he was about to launch out. I’ve been lucky I don’t have anything too funky on my belly (the arms, though forget it!). But this stretch mark cream bizness… come on! My skin is as dry as crackers, and I didn’t get any stretch marks. It’s hormonal… but if George Clooney wants to rub some stretch cream on me, I will become a convert.
Here’s the last Momversation I shot before my delivery. Here, I ask the moms how to keep a marriage fresh. It’s especially important now that I have a new baby… after all, my mom used to call them homewreckers.
Hey, wait a minute…