Healing After a Miscarriage: My Cross to Bear + Helpful Tips
Sacha Nadeau | 03, September

It has already been a few weeks since I learned the bad news. These weeks have been filled with highs and lows—grey days of regret and of wanting a change of scenery. However, a few things can help you get through the tough times and heal from your miscarriage. Here are a few tips that worked for me…

Learning to love yourself after giving birth: a letter to myself
Collaboration | 16, August

The day I became a mom, I learned how to love myself and how to see me for who I am. I learned to know myself better and how to accept who I am as a person…

An ode to a stepfather
Ève Garon | 10, August

Today, I’m writing for every woman that one day or another had to broke up with the dad of their child(ren). First, being single again can be scary, but you all deserve a second chance in love…

I had a miscarriage at 6 weeks
Sacha Nadeau | 08, August

Discovering that there’s a little human being growing inside you is the best feeling in the world. It’s hard to find comfort in such a situation. There will never be a right way to learn the news, to soothe ourselves and to move on. There are no magic words that can make the pain go away…

2 must-have baby items for your kitchen as a new mom!
Léa Nadeau | 05, July

Life with a newborn is quite an adventure! For all those moments when we wished we had more time in our lives, here are a few items to help you save time as a new mom…

Hitting all the low probability percentage or when becoming a parent means losing control over everything (Part 2)
Ève Garon | 01, July

Winning the lottery is great and all. However, when the odds aren’t in your favour, it’s not a very nice jackpot to win. At the time, I was wondering what I had done that was so wrong for all of that to happen to us. I mean, destiny was really kicking us when we were down…

Hitting all the low probability percentage or when becoming a parent means losing control over everything (PART 1)
Ève Garon | 22, June

We bought a beautiful house in June 2018. Our first one together! It was our safe heaven, full of dreams and ready to welcome our future children. July comes, and I get sick as a dog. We don’t know what is happening to me…

A few low-budget gift ideas for mom and baby!
Léa Nadeau | 12, June

A few low-budget gift ideas #Yay, to offer to a new mom and her baby!

A few tips for surviving as a student mom: balancing kids, studies and family time
Collaboration | 02, June

For most people, being a student and a parent at the same time seems to be a big deal, but the truth is that it’s possible and you can succeed at it. My daughter was born in April of 2018…

To you who thinks that being on maternity leave with a young baby is like being on vacation
Collaboration | 22, May

This post is for you, who tells me (or at least thinks) that I have time to get everything done since I am on maternity leave. LET ME STOP YOU RIGHT THERE! “Yes, but you have time while the baby sleeps.” I’ll let you in on something…

Mom’s favorite baby products
Léa Nadeau | 16, May

will be going over many subjects, from feeding bottles to pacifiers. Items that you will probably need to acquire before the arrival of your little one. As a mom, I have used all of those items for several months (or even years) to raise my boys…

Feeling like you’ve just emerged from a cave, or having 2 babies in 2 years
Léa Nadeau | 22, March

I’m from the communications world. Whether it’s in my personal or my professional life, I’ve always been surrounded by lots of people.
Then I had a baby, and my first “maternity leave.” Then I got pregnant again, even before finishing my first maternity leave…