Why I Don’t Want to be a Stay-at-Home Mom

Gain insight into a career woman’s feelings as she makes the transition from working mom to stay-at-home-mom.

  “So the babies won, huh?” a coworker said as she walked up to me. She’d clearly read the department-wide email I’d sent out that morning before coming into work. I was resigning from my position as production copyeditor at a curriculum design company—effective almost immediately. My editing pen was being traded in for stay-at-home … Read more >>

5 Tips for Infant Reflux

Are you tearing your hair out over a baby who cries, arches, and pukes during feeding? You’ve come to the right place! Triplet parents give tips on dealing with infant reflux.

The first weekend home with James was something out of a horror film. Think a combination of The Exorcist and Scream. James’s tiny body would writhe the second James started sucking at a bottle. After only a few minutes, he’d pull off the nipple and start wailing in pain. We’d watch as tummy spasms turned … Read more >>

Of Baby Names and Tiny Humans

Gain insight into the triplets behind Tackling Triplets as their parents explain how they arrived at baby names and why these names are a perfect fit.

“We should probably choose baby names now, huh?” Chris said as he folded his long, lanky frame into the uncomfortable recliner in my teeny tiny antepartum room. I stared at him, dumbfounded, from my equally uncomfortable hospital bed. I’d gone into preterm labor just 3 days prior and had spent the last 2 days in … Read more >>