March 26. That was my last post. This gap doesn't mean anything to anyone except myself who set the reasonable goal of one post per week when I started this site earlier in the year. This goal was not for me, but for the cause. Baby spitup doesn't sleep and there are hundreds of posts to be written to help moms and dads going through these issues. In fact, since my last post, I've connected with at least three new moms dealing with massive spitups daily.
So, I forgive myself. Some life things happened in between now and then, and today, a day before mother's day, I found myself this half hour to re-commit. I read long ago that that the antidote to exhaustion is whole heartedness. Today I am reminded of that.
If you stumble upon this post someday in search of spitup support, don't be afraid of the pauses and setbacks that go along with your situation. They will only help to push you forward when you need it most - for yourself and the bigger picture you're drawing along the way.
That said, if you have found this post, I encourage you to share the questions and feelings you have to help me find inspiration to take me to my next phase.
Baby spitup doesn't sleep.
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Yea, I went there. Nearly half of all babies spit up, regularly. Some more, some less, and for many it's just plain scary.
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