Hey Mamas! Let’s talk menstrual cycles for a few. Don’t be shy, we all get one, used to get one or have a daughter that will get one. I’ll go first.
My cycle came late at age 12 or 13. I was the last of all my friends. My cycle was never “normal”. At age 15 or so my Mama took me to the GYN and I was diagnosed with PCOS. I really liked that doc but the older I go I realized she described PCOS all wrong. I was under the impression I would NEVER be able to have kids without surgery or supplements. I was prescribed birth control pills and sent on my way.
Hey Mamas! Let’s talk health for a few. Not the kids health, yours! I know, I know, how dare I bring something to the table for you and not the kids?! As Mamas we run it all and if we’re not 100% (or close to it) we can’t run anything.
Ok, hear me out. As moms we’re ALWAYS giving. Giving to our husbands, our kids, our homes, our jobs, our friends and so on. At some point you have to be a bit selfish and give back to yourself! In the past 18 months I cannot tell you how many times I haven’t done something for me in order to do something for B, Camille or home. It’s not that they don’t appreciate it, they do but I’m neglecting myself in return and it’s my own fault.
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A major part of being a Mama is keeping up your kids. At 18 months Camille is on the move! Sometimes I need to take 5 and consider a puff of Albuterol. With all the running around at home and play dates and errands comfort is key. I get so pissed with myself when we’re running around town and I’m wearing the pants that don’t stretch enough or a shirt that won’t stay in place. The lovely folks at prAna sent me some pants and a top to try out. Read more…