If you’ve read many finance books or blogs, you’ve probably heard that in most relationships, there is just one person who is largely in charge of the finances. It’s a generalization, but one that hits the nail on the head with my husband and me. We make all our major money decisions together – house, car, investments, insurance… anything that costs more than a couple hundred bucks really. But I, almost unilaterally, do all the spending.
Postpartum recovery the last time I had a baby really threw me for a loop. This time I’ll be far more prepared. I started seeing a pelvic floor occupational therapist a few weeks ago (and I’m excited to write in more detail about that later – because I think pelvic floor health is something that EVERY mamma should know about).
I’ve never been a serious snacker, but lemme tell you, it’s nearly midnight (we’re wide awake waiting for the squishy baby to realize it’s night time) and I am shamelessly devouring one of those microwave pasta things. Yes I had supper. Big supper actually. But keeping up your breast milk supply takes calories.
~ I’m on a new adventure with the Squishy Baby, figuring out this mommy thing one day at a time. Raising little people while keeping our homes and finances under control might be a challenge, but it’s one I’m excited to tackle… and I want to encourage you to tackle it too.
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