New Mom/Parent RSS feed for this section

Listen to Your Body: Pelvic Floor Therapy | Duluth Moms Blog

Listen to Your Body: Pelvic Floor Therapy

We have partnered with St. Luke’s to bring you this informative post on Pelvic Floor Therapy. While this post is sponsored, all experiences and opinions are 100% our own.I met my husband during graduate school. We got married, started our careers, and I got my doctorate in physical therapy. In 2011, we decided we were ready for […]

Continue Reading 0
Time: Ready to Jump (Part 2) | Duluth Moms Blog

Time: Ready to Jump (Part 2)

In my mind I was making it work, but in my heart I was completely broken. I needed a solution, and fast. There were sleepless nights and long days of thinking the same thing over and over again. With the passing of my grandmother this past Fall, I started reflecting on my life while celebrating […]

Continue Reading 1
2015-07-14 10.56.49-2 resize

Success in Labor Defeat

When planning for my second child’s birth, I realized much of the information I collected surrounding VBACS was incomplete. Based on a combination of conversations with my OB, details of real people I know who succeeded, and some (potentially naïve) optimism, I was motivated to attempt a VBAC and avoid surgical methods. Despite being nearly […]

Continue Reading 0
img_0549

Tips to Babywear with Confidence

Being a new mom can be overwhelming. There are so many decisions to make for you and your baby starting almost right after you read that “positive” on a stick. The medical decisions, delivery, labor, names, then of course the baby registry. Yikes! When we were pregnant with our first baby my husband and I […]

Continue Reading 2
okaax4mi2hc-sasha-freemind

When It’s Too Scary to Ask for Help

We have all been there – the point in life when we think we have it all together, and then we don’t. We are moms, and by definition, that means super human at times. We juggle a million different things at once – work, home, carpools, daycare pickups, birthday parties, sports activities, relationships, laundry, and […]

Continue Reading 0