Babies, Boobs, and Mental Health

Babies, Boobs, and Mental Health

My baby isn't so much a baby anymore, and I don't know if I want to jump with joy or curl into a ball and cry. He just turned 11 months and took his first steps the other day. Where has the time gone? And why is he so hell bent on becoming a "toddler" [...]

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My Book: Pregnancy with Type 1 Diabetes

My Book: Pregnancy with Type 1 Diabetes

The first time I found out I was pregnant four years ago, I was hungry for information about a type 1 diabetic pregnancy. So I took to the internet. Shockingly, I found next to nothing about type 1 diabetic women's personal experiences with pregnancy. Everything I found was very clinical, and not what I was [...]

Do Better

Do Better

Hi, friends. Time for a mental health check-in. It's been six months since I started taking that little blue pill. Every night, 50 mg keeps my anxiety in check so I can function like a semi-normal person. What a blessing it has been. I feel like I am able to enjoy my children, my husband, [...]

Know a ‘Poor Me’ person? Don’t let them drain you.

Know a ‘Poor Me’ person? Don’t let them drain you.

I try not to do posts like this because I'd rather spread happiness instead of dragging my dark cloud over people. But sometimes I just have to get it out in fear it will consume me. Do you know someone who is Master of their own Misery? I do. And damn, is it relentless. Let [...]

Let it go

Anxiety is a beast of a thing. There is seemingly endless things to worry about. But here's one of the things that gives me anxiety that is truly annoying: I'm one of those people hesitant to let people borrow things because I fear it will get lost. Not even something of value or meaning. It [...]