I'm sure I'm not the only one with this type of blog post, but I assure you that there's always something new you can get from a different point of view. New moms like me always discover new things according to their generations...decades they live in too. Maybe you will resonate with me with the… Continue reading Things I’ve learned as a new mom
Looking back, I wish I could have known what I know now. I would have saved a lot of money and time decluttering and organizing.
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I never thought I would live to tell my child I experienced two devastating hurricanes (first, hurricane Georges in '98). I had just become his mother and I had to learn to take care of a newborn while dealing with the consequences of a category 4 hurricane that covered all of Puerto Rico, my Island.… Continue reading First time mom in the middle of a hurricane
The last two weeks I had relatives visiting and my baby boy's birthday for which I never had time to eat big meals. But I always ate continuosly, because I still breastfeed my baby. Yesterday I made this delicious crunchy chicken potato and raisins bowl, and here's how. 1 chicken breast 3 small baked potatos… Continue reading Quick lunch bowl for moms on the run
Este próximo miércoles 8 de agosto mi bebé cumple un año y celebramos también ese período de lactancia. ¡Wuju! Habré sobrepasado el tiempo de amamantamiento de mi madre y el de mi abuela. Aún me quedaría romper el récord de mi tatara abuela con 9 años de lactar a uno de sus hijos, pero no… Continue reading Lactancia: Un intercambio de amor
This next wednesday August 8, I would have breastfed my baby boy for a year. Yay! I will surpass my own mother's breastfeeding mark and my grandmother's. But will still have to beat my great grandmother's breastfeeding time who breastfed one of her sons for nine years (OMG)... I don't know if my kid would… Continue reading Breastfeeding: A love exchange
One of my favorite breastfeeding products Yes. Pumping is still breastfeeding. You are giving away your body's nutrients, your sleep hours, beauty time, work breaks and more to feed your baby. Medela Pump In Style breast pump is my life saver. When I delivered my baby, I breastfed him exclusively after the first month (because… Continue reading My Medela Pump In Style Experience
"all I could do was apply the reading I did before he was born, pray that I didn't lose my mind trying to be a mother, a wife and a professional. I cut the last one from my current lifestyle".
Very easy recipe, no mess in your sink and healthy.