Two Months

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Two Months

Two months fly by quickly when you have a newborn. The first few weeks you are barely awake after waking every two to three hours to nurse your precious baby. Slowly, the baby starts sleeping at longer stretches, if you’re lucky, and you start paying more attention to what’s going on in the world. In the last two months, I’ve felt as if I’ve walked in a fog. The first three weeks I spent nursing Samantha and recovering from my c-section, my third. I dealt with more pain this time around and used all of my pain medication, a first

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My Toddler’s 10 Favorite Words

For the longest time, I worried that my youngest, Grace, did not talk enough. At 18 months, she only had 15 words in her vocabulary, if that. Her doctor reassured me by letting me know that younger children often take up to 6 months longer to develop a vocabulary than their older siblings. So, I attempted to relax, but still encouraged Grace to talk.  It turns out her doctor was right. Now she has at least 30 words in her vocabulary (probably more but it is hard to keep track) along with two-word phrases such as “Bless you!” Developmentally, my daughter is

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