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Mommy v. Brain

I don’t know if science has established a timeframe in which mothers “outgrow” the damage to the brain caused by their children, but I can say here today that it might well be possible not to. 303 more words

Kanga Vie

Take Your Vitamins -With A Side of Staphylococcus Aureus

About Christmas time, I learned that I was very deficient in Vitamin B12 and other B vitamins. After having four kids fairly close together and not being able to take any sort of prenatal vitamin, my levels were low and that was a likely contributing factor to the postpartum depression I had experienced after my youngest’s birth and a contributing factor in the lack of balance I still was experiencing. 583 more words


June 12, 2016

I didn’t expect to get any response at all on previous blog posts, so first, thank you. It brightened my day after it had registered that the likes were on my blog. 380 more words


Is Mommy Brain Real?

Pregnant women know the feeling of “placenta brain”–  you forget details, don’t remember your husband handing you something or a co-wroker asking you a question. You are clumsy, slow and sluggish. 128 more words


The Power of Pregnancy

Being pregnant can give you power. You may not realize it at first, but being pregnant can be to your advantage in a few ways. One obvious way is cravings. 764 more words


Bommy Mrain

So, this mommy brain. Is fer real. I can list a number of doozies, some of which I’ve already shared on the blog, but most recently, intertwining two blog posts into one. 238 more words

Family Files

So, you know how you’re just living life, and you’re always thinking, “This would be a great blog post”, “That would be great to blog about”, “I’m going to take lots of pictures and then blog about it.”?   245 more words