Postpartum Series

dayspostpartumIn October 2015, I took a 31 day writing challenge when I was 5 weeks postpartum.  The arrival of my third daughter was transformative, and I believe it was the first time I did NOT experience postpartum depression.  I hope you enjoy, or at least appreciate, my raw writing.

My older children were 3 years old (almost 4) and 1 (almost 2). At this time I was on an 11 week maternity leave from my self-employment as a massage therapist.

You can catch over 1400 writers here www.write31days.com 

Day 1: Postpartum Living

Day 2: C’s Birth Story

Day 3: No, I’m Not Okay

Day 4: Embracing Imperfection

Day 5: Making Choices and Accepting Not Having Control

Day 6: My First Time Giving Birth

Day 7: Dealing with Discouragement

Day 8: Failure to Thrive (FTT)

Day 9: If I Could Turn Back Time

Day 10: Live and Learn

Day 11: Rest

Day 12: Insufficient Glandular Tissue 

Day 13: A Day In The Life

Day 14: Pressing On

Day 15: Thoughtful, Tactful words please

Day 16: Maybe This is Too Hard

Day 17: Friendships and Mothering

Day 18: I Miss Reading

Day 19: What Does Battlestar Galactica Have To Do With Postpartum Depression?

Day 20: Sleep When Baby Sleeps

Day 21: Maternal Health

Day 22: Bed Rest

Day 23: Encouragement for Moms

Day 24: Guilty Pleasures: Periscopes

Day 25: Post Partum Body

Day 26: Hip Labor?  Baby J’s Home Birth Story

Day 27: Breastfeeding: Third TIme’s a Charm

Day 28: Priorities and Goals

Day 29: Counting My Blessings

Day 30: Returning to Work

Day 31: 31 Days Postpartum Reflection

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