Thinking of transferring two embryos? The research on elective single embryo transfer (eSET) and birth outcomes might just surprise you. These are the reasons behind our decision to transfer just one embryo every time.
She’s obnoxious. She’s distasteful. She’s a sociopath. And she’s usually drunk. She also represents something that no mom can avoid.
I was terrified to handle both kids by myself when my husband went out of town. Like most things, it’s a whole lot of trial and error. Mostly error.
Heading back to work, and it’s time to see what from my pre-baby wardrobe will fit me. Guess how this story turns out?
One-kid envy, breastfeeding struggles, my fascinating two-year-old, and Sesame Street overdoses. Parenting potpourri!
After Peanut’s weird birth, I had no idea what to expect. And just like last time, I had a super weird delivery that went completely off the rails.
People are especially friendly to pregnant women, leading to lots of conversations with strangers. I’ve had two enlightening conversations lately that have had me pondering them long after the talking was over.
In the nearly two years I’ve been a mom, I have learned a lot — mostly through trial and error and more error — about parenting, babies, and myself.
Infants have a leg up on toddlers in many ways… but I’d be remiss if I didn’t describe all the ways that toddlers are way awesomer than infants. Here’s the rundown.