Pregnancy #1


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Scott – October

by Chelsea Myers on October 12, 2016


I’m starting to see why 4 is a favorite age for so many parents.  Even though he won’t be 4 for another two months, Scott is embracing (most of the time) the idea of acting like a big 4-year-old.  He can: Dress himself completely except for needing a little help with his socks.  He can […]


Scott – May 2016

by Chelsea Myers on May 12, 2016

Scott is growing, growing, growing.  He’s eating and sleeping and is too tall for the 3T jammies he got for his birthday/ Christmas.  Here’s some things he’s been up to lately: Singing: At gymnastics: Doing his excited dance: He’s loving school – especially reading Shark in the Dark – and we are (okay, I am) […]


You are not alone

by Chelsea Myers on April 20, 2015

It’s heart breaking.  It’s embarrassing.  It’s frustrating.  It’s isolating.  And sadly, it’s quite common.  One in eight couples struggles with infertility, and in honor of National Infertility Awareness Week, I want to share my story.  And because it is a long one, and you might not reach the end, I wanted to invite anyone who is […]

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Baby #2 – 34 weeks

by Chelsea Myers on October 2, 2014


Just like 14 weeks (beginning of the 2nd trimester), 20 weeks (anatomy scan ultrasound) and 27 weeks (probable viability), 34 weeks is another major milestone in pregnancy because babies born after 34 weeks (that have no other complications) tend to have no long term problems compared to babies born at full term.  While I’m happy […]


Maternity workout clothes

by Chelsea Myers on September 23, 2014

Are a unicorn.  Good ones at least.  Most of what is marketed as workout gear in stores like Motherhood Maternity or at Old Navy can best be described as lounge wear.  If your idea of working out during pregnancy is watching Mr. Selfridge – and sometimes mine is – then fine.  But to actually lift weights […]

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One of the interesting things about keeping a blog (or a diary/journal in general) is being able to look back on your life and think about things that you might otherwise forget.  On this weekend (or thereabouts) I was Training for the Milwaukee Marathon in 2010 Secretly hoping to have a baby but was feeling […]