Monthly Archives: March 2016

Lessons Learned from Lego

Article by Clare Zeschky   I’ve been playing a lot with Lego recently. I mean A LOT. My daughter is obsessed. I have to say, it’s not the worst part of this parenting thing. There’s nothing better than this box of bricks. There’s nothing she can’t build- we’ve made schools for aliens, vet surgeries, day… Read more »

Having a Baby after PPD/A: Notes from my Second Trimester

Article by Andrea Paterson People generally try to comfort you by saying that your second pregnancy will be different, that your second baby will be different. My second pregnancy has certainly been different–it’s been worse. After suffering severe postpartum depression and anxiety after the birth of my son four years ago I went into my… Read more »