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“I think it’s a false trade-off to say quality time vs. quantity – you have to have both. So if you have long work hours like I did, how do you get rid of things in your life you don’t need in order to put that extra time into your children? I always supported the
So, yesterday I blogged about my journey back to running after having a baby a few months ago. Today I just wanted to point out how different life is when you have kids. I decided I want to get back into doing some strength training and we have a great video called Cyclo-Core. It has
I LOVE these products. I purchased a few things before giving birth to Lillian and they are very high quality and you can feel great about using any of their products on your baby’s skin because they are chemical/dye free! I saw that today they have a special: 15% off select body washes and shampoos.
“If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?” – Milton Berle
I’m 3 months postpartum and have been getting myself back into some kind of work-out routine. I’m a runner at heart, it’s my true work-out passion. I had a bit of a rough pregnancy which meant that I had to stop running about two months in, so when I went out for my first post-pregnancy
“Most children threaten at times to run away from home. This is the only thing that keeps some parents going.” – Phyllis Diller
Check out this post I did for WorkingMother.com. It created quite a controversy on Momsrising.org’s facebook wall this week. Taking care of my new baby girl Lillian for 10 weeks was a great experience, but it only reinforced my desire to go back to my career. I missed adult interaction and using my skills and
It’s a bit pricey but I must be honest, I LOVE my BOB running stroller. We use it not only as a running stroller but as our every day stroller. It rolls really smoothly and has shock absorption which is great when the little babe is sleeping soundly and we hit a rocky patch on
“We always joke in our household that the girls have two mommies, that we’re a family, but a different kind of family. But seriously, I couldn’t be me without [our nanny]. And by the way, she rules with an iron fist.” Katie Couric