by Tabitha

Tabitha is a mom to baby Henry, a wife to her wonderful husband, and a self-proclaimed city girl who lives in the Washington, DC area. Read more about her adventures at her site, From Single to Married.

Seasons in parenting: the newborn baby months

Today is my last day of employment. Ever. Okay, maybe I’m being a tad dramatic, but it sure feels like a momentous occasion, because today is the day that I officially become a full-time stay-at-home mom. If you had told me a couple of years ago that I would soon be at this point, I would have said you were crazy. Certifiable even. Yet here I am: age 38 and a new mother to an eight-month-old baby who is crawling, sitting up, and basically turning my life upside down. And I figure that if you’re reading this site, you are either a parent or are hoping to be one. I know because that’s where I was last year. And now that I’ve come out on the other side, I thought I’d share five things that I’ve learned about making the transition from “me” to “we.” Read More
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