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Returning to Work With Pregnancy Related Depression

Returning to Work With Pregnancy Related Depression

Navigation and Balance…ah.  Those two things can be difficult in any situation. Being a mom AND experiencing pregnancy related depression and/or anxiety, AND returning to work outside of the home can overwhelm the most balanced of women.   Women reading this may already be diagnosed and seeking treatment or some may be reading this and […]

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Supportive Pregnancy Postpartum

How to be a Supportive Mama-Nana, During Pregnancy & Postpartum

We are so thankful that our partners and Mama-Nana Lenora Kingston shared this important information with us on pregnancy and postpartum related depression and anxiety. As the Mama of three grown children, and Nana of soon-to-be three grandchildren, I’ve worked hard to develop a healthy role in the lives of my children and their families. As […]

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Grocery Shopping Isn’t Hard Anymore

Last week, I went to three grocery stores to get food and household items for our four-person family. Three. Grocery shopping took up my whole Saturday morning, and you don’t even want to know how much I spent. Both of our girls have food allergies, which means I do my shopping at specialty grocery stores […]

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Pregnancy Brain Isn't a Myth | DMMB

Pregnancy Brain: New Study Shows It’s Not All In Your Head

You’ve probably heard the phrase “baby brain” or “pregnancy brain” used to describe feeling foggy or unfocused while pregnant. In the past, “pregnancy brain” has been dismissed by some researchers as a myth. Now, new research reveals that “baby brain” is not, in fact, all in your head. A recent study in the Medical Journal […]

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Pregnancy related depression and anxiety

Pregnancy-Related Depression & Anxiety: What Is It and What Can I Do?

We are so thankful to Kate Kripke, LCSW, Boulder, CO for providing us this invaluable information on pregnancy related depression and anxiety. If you or someone you know are suffering in silence, please reach out for help! You are not alone!As moms, we are told it all the time- by family, neighbors, media, and commercialism- […]

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Good Buy Gear | Denver Metro Moms Blog

Good Buy Gear: Buying and Selling Baby Gear Made Easy

Raise your hand if you . . . had no idea pre-babies how much gear comes along with those tiny little beings feel like your home is growing more cluttered with kids’ stuff every wildly chaotic day are holding onto your kids’ gear and toys because you have plans to do something with it “some […]

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Mama Doesn’t Pee Her Pants Anymore (I am the Queen of my Castle)

It’s official, I am the MASTER of my Domain, the Lord of the Manor, the Queen of the Castle. That’s right, this mama doesn’t pee her pants anymore! I don’t have to worry about sneezing, laughing, coughing, blowing my nose, running, jumping, or drinking too much water leading to frustrating embarrassment and a change of […]

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Ask An Expert: Postpartum Pelvic Floor Disorders

We are so thankful to UCHealth urogynecologists Kathleen Connell, M.D., and Marsha K. Guess, M.D., M.S., for answering our important questions about these important pelvic floor disorders SO many moms are dealing with.Sometimes, women experience some unfortunate side effects from giving birth, including incontinence and prolapse. But there’s help for them. There is a very […]

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