Sharing is caring, content is king, pics or it didn't happen. How do new parents navigate what to share about their pregnancies, births, and parenting choices?
You feel like crap *and* you're bursting with excitement *and* you want to hide it for 40+ hours a week. Does this sound like a day in your life?
Your due date came and went and you're still so very pregnant. CONGRATS! You're now a card carrying member of the 40+ Weeks Club. Here's what it's like.
If April the Pregnant Giraffe logged into Facebook right now, she'd know her uterus has gone viral and I'm guessing she'd be a bit perturbed.
Annie's #REALTALK Birth Story
If you have a fear of childbirth, you're not alone. Here are some tips and resources for coping with and even overcoming your fear.
Early labour, timing contractions, checking in with your care provider and going to the hospital.
Sharing experiences to inspire, comfort, inform and encourage. Connecting as mothers, as fathers, as parents. #REALTALK Birth Stories
In a nutshell, do whatever she wants during pregnancy and be sober during labour.
Many of these signs and symptoms can be normal but it's best to check in with your care provider to be sure.