Hi everyone! It’s a cloudy Saturday afternoon and I have sweet baby Avery snoozing her little dreams away on my bed right next to me. It’s calm, peaceful, and the only moment I’ve had to hop on here to jot down a short update! It’s been 6 weeks since this baby girl has made me a mama of 4. I get asked all the time what that’s been like. Well, it’s been crazy, fun, chaotic, sweet, and exhausting. I basically have no clue what I’m doing! We still haven’t reached the milestone of having a solid daily routine because I am 100% winging it each day. And that’s when I realize it’s pretty great not having a handbook to parenting so that I don’t have to feel like I’m butchering this motherhood gig. The kids have embraced having a little sister and that’s made my world go round. View Post
Hey friends! Hope you’re having a lovely week! I celebrated my birthday yesterday with a full day of jammies, Torchy’s Tacos, the prettiest bouquet of ivory flowers from my Loverbuns, an evening of shoe shopping, and a Chilis Molten Lava cake to-go (because my nursing body was basically exploding to see baby Avery). THANKS for all the sweet birthday wishes yesterday over on Instagram. I read through every message and it was the sweetest cherry on top!
Alright, lets talk about the ‘mummy tummy’… the ‘gap’… or in other words Diastasis Recti. I receive tons of messages about how to prevent and heal Diastasis Recti (DR). In this post, I’ll share my experience with what I did during my 3rd pregnancy to protect my DR from worsening and what I’m currently doing now that I’m 4 weeks post-partum. **Disclaimer: I’m not a doctor! Married to a hot one, but I’m no doctor!**