Kim Kardashian is pregnant with her second child, and from her recent comments regarding her pregnancy, she is definitely not feeling particularly glow-y in her current condition.
“I’m gonna keep it real: For me, pregnancy is the worst experience of my life! LOL!” The reality star wrote on October 5th. “I don’t enjoy one moment of it and I don’t understand people who enjoy it.”
My name is Sarah Brown and I am from Hurricane, WV. I am 28 years old, have been married for almost 9 years and have a 6 year old and a 16 month old. In 2012 I was getting ready to compete for the Mrs. WV International pageant when I discovered I was pregnant. I decided to compete anyway and as luck would have it I won the state pageant and went on to … Keep Reading!!!
By Julie Twedt
Looking back on our 26 month breastfeeding journey, there were so many pitfalls and challenges that I still to this day stand amazed we made it to this point. Today, my dear daughter and I enjoy a carefree, effortless, clockwork, nursing relationship. We’re old pros and despite how easily this comes to us now, breastfeeding continues to nourish both of our souls. Many ask if we have an ‘end date’ in mind. They want to know … Keep Reading!!!
My mother called me at 5:30 Monday morning and I instinctively knew something was very wrong. Mom was calling about my sister and though she was calm, her voice was shaking;
“Leila had the baby last night. The baby is doing fine. Leila is not. She has bleeding on her brain and the doctors said things do not look good. She has no neurological activity and is in a coma on life support…we don’t … Keep Reading!!!
Heather shares her story of breastfeeding with postpartum Preeclampsia, in addition to feeling the shame of breastfeeding in public.
By Heather King
No one in my family ever breastfed, or at least that I remember being aware of. When I did see someone nursing for the first time I felt awkward and uncomfortable. I thought why are they doing “that” here? They should go somewhere else to do “that”!
I am mortified now at the thought of this.
When … Keep Reading!!!
300,000 women each year will be diagnosed with Preeclampsia or HELLP Syndrome.
Knowing the signs and symptoms is the single most important thing you can do to increase you and your baby’s chance of survival.
Unfortunately, you can’t always trust the medical community to make an early diagnosis. Preeclampsia, and especially HELLP, are finicky diseases in the beginning stages and often go undiagnosed until the situation becomes severe.
Preeclampsia affects between 5-10% of all pregnancies. HELLP is considered rare, but … Keep Reading!!!