I am a wife. It happens to be that the my husband is a doctor.I have very few close friends that are doctor wives, as well. Throughout our multiple relocations throughout the country due to residency and job placement, I've met some of the most amazing women, who happen to be also doctor wives, and… Continue reading Things Not to Say to a Doctor’s Wife.
I've seen a lot of Facebook posts lately about women venting about their spouse or significant others not 'helping' around the house or not helping with the baby and then, becoming resentful towards each other. In my practice of self-care, it took years (8 years to be exact) to realize that resentment can build up… Continue reading How To Be A Wife And Mom.
I did it. I decided to sleep train my baby. What seemed like 6 months of blissful attachment parenting (as what Dr. Sears calls it) of breastfeeding on demand, napping on demand, warm nights of cuddling while we coslept, had started to become physically and mentally exhausting. It wasn't that I didn't enjoy any of… Continue reading Sleep Training.
It was my husband's 34th birthday coming up and I needed to do something well-deserved for him. He's been working 12 hour shifts for 10 days straight - the life of a doctor. And, he's amazing. After a long day at work, he still manages to give baby his bedtime bath, read a story to… Continue reading Husband’s First Birthday as a Dad.