Your pregnancy journey stories
As someone who travels for work, Kristen Sarah of Hopscotch the Globe is always on the go. But after a year-and-a-half of trying to get pregnant, she found that changing this one thing helped her get closer to what she and her husband wanted most: a baby.
When Sasha Exeter was 36, she got pregnant for the first time. And while she endured many hardships leading up to having her daughter Maxwell, she realized that being a first-time mom at the age she is now is how it was always meant to happen.
When Christine Kissick found out she was pregnant, she thought she would have a healthy glow and that her pregnancy would be a breeze. The reality was much different and she experienced severe morning sickness throughout all trimesters.
Nikita Stanley, co-founder of the blog The Rebel Mama, has always been a planner. Even though getting pregnant at 25 wasn't what she had envisioned for her life, the role of Mom turned out to be the greatest gift she could've ever received.