Treating Acid Reflux In Babies

Does your baby fuss when they eat and then spit up most of their meal? Your baby may be suffering from acid reflux. When your baby has acid reflux it can be a helpless feeling. When my son was suffering, I often felt like I was failing as a parent because I just wasn’t able to make him happy. Continue reading “Treating Acid Reflux In Babies”

Myths About Babies and Motherhood to Break

Becoming a mother brings a lot of confusion. There is a lot to learn for a little while, and it seems that the whole world has something to say, from the good friend to the grocery owner’s wife. You are trying to figure out whether to listen to your mother, to your mother-in-law, to the baby whisperer or to your gut feelings. Usually, the advice and theories that are lavished on the exhausted woman in heavy showers come from a caring place, but that does not necessarily mean they are true. There are quite a few myths that need to be broken. Continue reading “Myths About Babies and Motherhood to Break”

Infant Formula Feeding Guide – Why I Didn’t Breastfeed

Is it ok to formula feed an infant? We all know that people are always preaching “Breast is Best” and the many benefits of breastfeeding, but there are some advantages to formula feeding too. For many people breastfeeding may not be an option, so don’t feel guilty if you find yourself wanting or needing to feed your baby formula. This infant formula feeding guide will walk you through the benefits of formula feeding and the best ways to do it. Continue reading “Infant Formula Feeding Guide – Why I Didn’t Breastfeed”

Newborn Nursery Checklist: Everything you need to get ready for your baby

Preparing to bring a new baby home can be overwhelming and it’s easy to forget stuff. Nursery furniture, clothes, and diapers are just the beginning, but which items are essential and which aren’t? This list will help you make sure you have everything you need and there is a printable checklist available also. Continue reading “Newborn Nursery Checklist: Everything you need to get ready for your baby”

Life After Infertility

After years of infertility and nine months of pregnancy, there’s still never enough time to prepare for life after infertility. Before our little bundle of joy finally arrived, we had the nursery decorated, a closet full of baby clothes, and more diapers and wipes than we knew what to do with, but even with all of this prep we still had to find our new normal once we got home from the hospital. Continue reading “Life After Infertility”

Having a Rainbow Baby

After a storm, a rainbow is a beautiful result of the dark and turbulent time. Having to go through the storm allows us to be even more appreciative of the beauty of the rainbow. Having a rainbow baby is very similar. After dealing with infertility and pregnancy loss, there is nothing more beautiful than a healthy pregnancy. Don’t feel bad though if it doesn’t always feel like the perfect picture that you had imagined. Continue reading “Having a Rainbow Baby”

My Journey to a Rainbow Baby

Why I’m Here

This has been a long time in the making and for many years now I have wanted to find a way to help people going through similar experiences to mine. My husband I dealt with infertility for 6 years. We went through IVF and also started working with an adoption agency. I finally became pregnant with our rainbow baby and I hope that my story can help you through your adventure through parenthood. I have tried to provide a variety of resources for you to help you along your journey as well. Continue reading “My Journey to a Rainbow Baby”