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Well, moms and dads, it's been another interesting year! To honor the work we've done over the past year and to help usher in the new year, this week I thought I'd highlight the most popular blog content we've put out in 2017. These are the posts you've read and loved the most!
And there definitely seem to be some running themes here. (Not that I'm surprised--these are the things that come up with my clients in my private practice too!) Popular topics include sex and intimacy, ways to make life less stressful, how to encourage and empower dads and partners, and how to deal with some pretty heavy real-world stuff like national tragedy and racism.
So, let's revisit them all now.
In no particular order, these are the Best of the Happy With Baby Blog in 2017:
This one was a bit of a rant on my part, but truly with your best interest at heart. Because while we moms are caring for everyone else, who is caring for us?
Postpartum depression is hard--and painful. But it's often overlooked that it is also hard for the partners of the ones suffering, who feel helpless, confused and are experiencing their own kind of pain.
Technology for the win! Because who doesn't love a good life hack?
Information you can actually use, without getting too science-y on you.
Answers to the question on every new parent's mind, without the awkwardness of having to ask.
Because, by now, you probably already know you need support. The challenge is actually getting it.
Feeling anxious doesn't mean you're a defective parent and it isn't always Postpartum Anxiety. Sometimes we just need a few tricks for making things a little more manageable.
Most dads really want to be involved. They just don't always know where they fit in. (And, sometimes we moms have a hard time sharing the responsibility!)
Because the time to start dismantling prejudice is always right now.
If only potty training was easy-breezy for everyone.
Until we live in a world where posts like this don't need to exist....
This was one of the last posts I wrote in 2017, but quickly became one of your favorites.
Far and away, one of my most popular posts of 2017. Clearly moms are craving connection with their partners. Intimacy just might look a little different than you thought it would.
Well, there you have it! Which was your favorite post of 2017? Let me know in the comments below.