Tag: postpartum depression

Baby two and blue

It’s been eight weeks since I became a mom of two, and I have a not-very-surprising confession: Baby number two has been really hard. Not that I thought it would be easy, but I figured the experience and perspective I...

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Beautiful Coincidences

When you really stop to think about life, it is filled with so many coincidences, chance meetings, unexpected connections. Or, if you’re like me, you may feel like they aren’t coincidences at all. Maybe, instead,...

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The Worst Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving was a whirlwind of low-level drama.  It started with the terrible weather on Wednesday and a slow, slick drive up to my parents’ place.  Thursday my daughter woke up in super-crank mode.  She was crying...

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My Post PPD Fears

Overwhelming sadness. Alone. Irritable. Ashamed. These are the words that come to mind when I think back to my struggle with postpartum depression three years ago. During those dark days I remember feeling so confused. I knew...

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The Second Time Around

During the first trimester of my first pregnancy I frequently looked like I had been punched in the face. Why, you ask? Well, that my friends was caused by the popped blood vessels all around my eyes due to some intense...

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