I've spent the majority of my life hanging out with Anxiety and her sister-friend, Depression. Sometimes their cousin, Agoraphobia, joined in the fun. I have found my self in dangerous situations and I have experienced things I would rather...
Chances are that at one point over the past week, you have seen someone on your Facebook feed share an article about maternal death rates in the United States being the worst in the developed word. Read through one...
My son recently turned 2 years old, and like most moms, I’m feeling ALL the feelings.  These milestones, for me, always come with reflection on our time in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit).  When my water broke at...
When you’re in your 30’s, it’s a baby-filled world. My newsfeed is chock full of toothy grins and growing families. I am no exception—I gladly share photos of my devilishly handsome boys (biased much?) as I scroll through sonograms,...
After the birth of my first child, I was inundated with articles about postpartum sex. Article after article discussing how women could not wait to be intimate with their partner again. Claims of how the six-week wait was too...
October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. October 15th is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. My day of remembrance and loss is October 24th, because that was my baby’s birthday; or what most would simply call a miscarriage. I...
Dear Chrissy, I don’t follow celebrities news. Ever. I don’t really care who is eating what, or dating who, or whatever other superficial nonsense they choose to share on Instagram. But your openness about being a mom caught my attention....
Back in November of 2018, I was the person who announced her pregnancy on social media. My husband and I were elated to be sharing the cute picture of an ornament illuminated by Christmas tree lights, which said, “Mommy,”...
"Is that what I think it is?" Clear as day.  There it was. My IUD on a piece of toilet paper. I sat there in the bathroom (at work of all places) staring at it.   Panic set in.  When did...
I do not understand why we tell newly-pregnant women not to tell anyone they're pregnant until after the first trimester. The reason most often given is because the risk of miscarriage is so high. Is it just me or...

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Progressive Dining in Boston’s North End

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My husband and I love progressive dining experiences for daytime dates. If you haven’t tried progressive dining before, you must! Simply choose an area...