Pregnancy and COVID-19 FAQs: what does it mean to be pregnant during a global pandemic? Was I more susceptible to getting coronavirus because I was pregnant?READ MORE
Hello! How are you? The past two weeks have been surreal with incredible highs and terrible lows. In case you missed it, our son, Brody, was born almost two weeks ago. When I think of the day we found out we were pregnant last summer, who could have predicted the circumstances in which Brody would […]READ MORE
Welcome to our world, Brody! Our son, Brody, was born on Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 at 3:45am. With Perry and Dylan home from school and all of us remaining in quarantine, we have had plenty of time to love on our sweet baby. Brody was named after Julian’s grandfather, Boris, who was an influential presence […]READ MORE
Happy Sunday. Many of the articles in today’s roundup are related to COVID-19 but not all of them. I hope this week’s Sunday Edit brings you content to stay informed regarding the coronavirus but also a nice distraction with fashion-related posts. We can stay connected with the 24/7 coronavirus coverage and also read something completely unrelated and fun to keep us all from going crazy, especially when practicing social distancing.
In other news, I’m 37 weeks pregnant and excited to meet our baby. Little did I know a few months ago that I would be giving birth in the middle of a pandemic, our parents would be quarantied and hospitals would be on the brink of being overloaded if the spread of a virus is not contained. I’m obviously concerned but thankful to have supportive family and friends who are there for us and always checking in during difficult times. I hope everyone stays healthy and safe. I’ll be here washing my hands incessantly and double fisting hand sanitizer.READ MORE
I have learned to embrace the chaos of parenthood. I have also found that waking up twenty minutes before your kids do is a game changer.READ MORE
With the coronavirus and infection control on the top one everyone’s minds, more employees are working from home because of the coronavirus. The CDC hasREAD MORE