Author Archive | Megan

Self-Care

Self-Care: Secure your own mask first

I never recognized the value of self-care until I had a child. Before I had my son, I exercised for an hour daily 6 days a week, I got my hair done every 8 weeks, I got a pedicure every 6-8 weeks, I visited with friends 1-2 times a week, I read for pleasure and […]

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My new love for exercise classes

I have a newly found love for exercise classes. Having been an athlete as a child, teen and college student, I have been a work out fanatic all of my adult life. Prior to baby, I was a runner and a gym rat, spending an hour sometimes two exercising. It kept me sane. I have […]

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When Labor Doesn’t Go as Planned: Six Ways to Prepare your Mind for the Unexpected

When Labor Doesn’t Go as Planned: Six Ways to Prepare your Mind for the Unexpected

As a practicing Ob/Gyn physician, Contributor Megan has her fair share of labor stories. Here’s one story when labor doesn’t go as planned. The story begins as Molly, a first time momma in her mid thirties, is admitted to labor and delivery in early labor with a full term baby. Her family and friends excitedly await […]

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Is One Enough?

I have been asking myself this question since my sweet baby boy became a rambunctious toddler. It is literally a daily conversation/argument in my head. Is my boy to remain an only child? Is one enough? I like to think that I am a completely rational woman who makes logical decisions after appropriate contemplation and […]

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