This Moment: Return to Fertility


Did you see my article in the Summer Edition of Rhythm of the Home?  I love being a part of this publication.

I am as proud of the pictures, as I am of the article! I still have a long way to go, in regards to my photography skills, but to those of you who have been with me since the beginning of this blog…my pictures are getting better, right?!

The article is about celebrating the return of our periods, where ever we are in our post-partum journey. I wrote this article a good two months ago, Penelope will be 19 months old tomorrow and still no menses for me.

Anyway, here is the article, let me know if you like it!



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Comments

  1. 19 months and still no period for you?? Mine returned 8 weeks after Eli was born!

    PS. After the sickness hitting our house, my sister having her baby, tons of grading and school work–I was definitely feeling a little bit of HMHB withdrawals! Happy to be catching up now…even though I still have a ton of work and blogging to catch up on!

  2. Stephanie says:

    Wow! 8 weeks! It is so interesting to me how every woman is different. Tara hasn't gotten hers back either.

  3. Jennifer says:

    I liked your article (and picture!). I'm not a mama yet, but hoping to be soon. I've started looking into how nutrition affects fertility and what I can do to improve my fertility. I would love it if Tara could write a post on that. Or Stephanie, if you could go into more detail on the yoga poses you mentioned that would be awesome as well. :) Keep up the great posts!

  4. Hi Jennifer,
    You read my mind. I am working on some post right now about how to prepare your body and house for a baby. The best way to increase your fertility is to be as healthy as possible. We will help you! : ) Such an exciting time in your life. : )
    -Tara

  5. Stephanie says:

    Thanks Jennifer! You should see my blog post to-do list, it is a mile long! Doing a fertility yoga and fertility foods post is on there for sure. To get you started visit the weston a price foundation's main page, they have great information about food for conceiving and breastfeeding.

  6. Jennifer says:

    Thank you both! I look forward to your future posts.

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