Author: Nae Noelle

5 Ways to Burn Calories With a Baby

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably had a hard time finding time to work on cutting those extra pounds postpartum. Between sleep deprivation and having to tend to a newborn literally 24/7, you probably don’t even have a chance to think about exercise let alone actually doing it. It …

8 Hacks for Breastfeeding and Pumping Moms

Breastfeeding my baby has been one of the most rewarding things I’ve ever done. There’s something about being able to provide for his every nutritional need that has literally given me another purpose in this life. And while it has been rewarding, it has also been the most challenging. While …

Beauty for Ashes

December 23rd.. a day I thought I would loathe for the rest of my life.  December 23rd.. the day I was born. Also the day my daughter was supposed to be born.  December 23rd, 2020.. the day I turn 23. Also the day my daughter was supposed to be celebrating …

Surviving the Holidays When You’ve Lost Someone

For most people, the holidays are a time to celebrate. It’s a time where you get to be with family that you may not normally see all the time, and it’s a time to make memories and share laughs.  For others, it can be a reminder of loved ones they’ve …

My Sincere Prayer for (Y)our Sons and Daughters

It’s been on my mind a lot lately, even more than it was when my husband and I experienced our first few losses. I kept thinking to myself, it’s hard to believe that 1 in 4 of the children I meet and see every day will experience a loss. I’m …

A Faith Walk – Pregnant After Loss

It’s been nearly 15 months since we lost our little girl Aaliyah, and I don’t think there’s ever a day that goes by that I don’t think about her. I wouldn’t consider myself to be grieving still, but I do still cry every once in a while, and rightfully so. …

Do You Secretly Walk in Pride?

Isaiah 2:12 (CEV) – “The Lord All-Powerful has chosen a day when those who are proud and conceited will be put down.” One of the scariest verses in the Bible that I have ever read. I think we’ve all struggled with pride once or twice in our lives. And no, …