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Mrs. Stroller & Little Stroller

Baby Brother Stroller’s Birth Story

Baby Brother Stroller is already 12 weeks old. It’s crazy how quickly time is passing, and even crazier that things are only getting marginally easier now. We’ve had a rough go of it. Before it’s all a distant memory I want to share my birth story. Labor was only about 14 hours long, which is […]

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On Becoming a Pink Tiger (William’s Birth Story)

Our friend and doula captured photos of our birth, and I am so grateful. The finer parts of the last hour of my labor are hazy. I spent the better part of that time with my eyes shut tight, pushing and screaming and fighting the last leg of the labor journey. At some point, as […]

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My New Year’s Baby

Oh my, where to begin… I didn’t blog my pregnancy with Lil’ Tea Cup. I am not sure why exactly, but when I found out I was pregnant with Lil’ Tea Pot, I suddenly had nothing to say all over again. Something about pregnancy seems to bring out my intensely private side – which frankly […]

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Asher’s Birth Story

Here is the story of our son Asher’s birth.   As my due date, January 23rd, crept closer and closer, I worked very hard to wrap my head around the idea of going overdue again. I figured that the more I prepared myself, the less bitter I would feel about it (as compared to my […]

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Introducing Our “Cheeky” Little Man

It is my incredible pleasure to introduce you to the littlest love of my life, Graham Jeffrey. Britt Fisk Photography Short Version: I had a scheduled c-section on January 24, 2015.  My little love was not so little at 9 lbs. 2 oz. and 20 3/4 in. long. After a few minutes of the initial […]

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A Tale of Two Births: Comparing First and Second Labors

I don’t know anyone who likes the part where the baby actually makes their entrance, but happily the arrival of my second was a lot more tolerable than the first. With the Trikester, labor lasted forever, especially the early labor part. I started feeling wicked back contractions on Tuesday morning, and didn’t deliver until Thursday […]

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In Honor of World Prematurity Day

In recognition of World Prematurity Day today and November being Prematurity Awareness Month, I asked some of the bloggers and board members who’ve had preemies to share their stories. According to the March of Dimes, every year about 450,000 babies are born prematurely in the US, and prematurity is the leading cause of death for […]

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