Help "Sweetest Day" -- a celebration of friendship, romance, and love of family -- leap out of the shadows of its "relatives" and stand on its own with these romance-enhancing ideas!
I am sooooo brand new to blogging. I have read several over the last few months, and I guess I finally had the courage to write one today. (I find that I am kinda sporadic like that) Anyway I am 14 weeks pregnant with my second baby, and I have not gotten to that place of bliss just yet. I guess to fully understand why; I would need to explain my story.
This is my second pregnancy, the first was in august of last year, my boyfriend and I were so excitied but unfortunatley had a miscarriage on October,21st. Now we're pregnant again! Although he doesn't seem as excitied as the first time! I'm super pumped, reading books again and enjoying my changing body..
My boyfriend and I have been dating for two years now, and I am going on 22 weeks of being pregnant. We were not expecting to conceive so early but we don't regret it either. He is an amazing guy and I am glad he is here with me, supporting me and being as involved as he can be.
Sex is normal, and honestly, without it, none of us would be here reading. So let's dig into sex during pregnancy, and see what's true, myth, recommended, normal, or requires further thought.
Men pass through four emotional transitions as fathers that mark their character and define who they are as men.
Ok so we are 5 weeks pregnant. I can't believe it! We have been trying for months on end and then after all the drama and a short split, we have one night of passion well after what I thought was ovulation, and I am expecting! I don't think I have ever been this excited...I guess it is because I know it is most likely my last baby.
While looking for photos I found picture after picture of couples separated by children, gazing at the camera, or looking at or embracing kids, with no visible bond with each other. I believe these images tell a compelling story about the tangible impact of kids on our romantic relationships, and on parents' expressions of romance and love after our babies arrive.
If our Inner Critic tries to co-parent with our spouse's inner critic, it's a recipe for relationship conflict, not to mention icky parenting. Why? Because saboteurs talk in absolutes, prohibitions, commands and insults.