From what's happening in maternity fashion to what's happening in the world of motherhood. Here's where you can get updates info and insights - all straight from Rosie!
<p>After so much has been said and written about my speech you can imagine how A-M-A-Z-I-N-G it was when I was asked to record my book Mommy IQ: The Complete Guide to Pregnancy as an audio book. Both of which will be available on October 2nd. The irony of the whole thing is hilarious!</p>
Today I officially become an American citizen. I have lived in America since I was 18 years old so this has been a long journey for me and I have to admit the fact that I am finally here is insanely meaningful and emotional to me. Since I can remember I always wanted to be a mom and have a big family. I remember coming on vacation to America and staying with a wonderful big family that emulated love, values, faith, hope and positively. I think I decided then that somehow some way I wanted to raise my family here.
Whether you are a stay at home mom, a working mom or some combination of both, this week's episode of Pregnant in Heels is relevant to you. The struggle to find balance in our lives as parents and to have an identity beyond parenthood is a complex issue that many of us deal with. I think about it often and I am asked about it all the time.
I am not sure how many of you know this but I got my start in the world of maternity working as a sales associate on the floor of the 57th street and Madison Avenue A Pea in the Pod. It was an experience I will never forget. Now to be in the position to design the Rosie Pope for A Pea in the Pod collection is really a major milestone for me. If I could drink champagne (still breast feeding so I'll have to hold off as there is no telling just how much I might guzzle) this is something I might have rather a few glasses over!
With the national cesarean birth rate at more than a quarter of all births, more and more women want to know about VBACS (vaginal birth after C-section). I think it’s important to understand the benefits and the risks associated with them as well as how best to prepare if you want to explore this option for the birth of your child.
What I Didn't Know About Co-Sleeping Safety
Families who swear by attachment parenting think co-sleeping is the best for mom and baby, but research shows the risks of SIDS may outweigh the potential benefits.