All posts by: Katy Huie Harrison, PhD

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month 2020

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, a month of remembrance that honors parents and families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and other types... Read More

Preparing for Pregnancy: 6 Steps to Being Ready for Pregnancy

So you’ve decided to try and have a baby. Congratulations! We wish you a smooth road and plenty of baby dust. The moment you decide you’re ready to start preparing... Read More

New Mom Care Package Ideas for the MOST Useful Gifts

These unique gift ideas will help you build the most thoughtful new mom care packages. Don’t miss a single item creating your new mom survival kit!... Read More

International Wave of Light 2020: A Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Event

Every year around this time, as the seasons start to change and a chill tinges the air, I’m reminded of one of the most bittersweet events I attend all year:... Read More

Surrogate Mothers: The 6-Step Process to Carrying a Surrogate Pregnancy

Have you ever wondered about the process of using a surrogate to carry a baby? We mostly hear about it with celebrities, but it’s a very real-life thing, as those... Read More

9 Postpartum Leggings Moms Can’t Stop Raving About

According to our editor, I am the undisputed “queen of leggings.” And she’s not wrong! I will own that title with beaming pride. My legs are one of my best... Read More

Please Stop Asking When I’m Going to Have a Baby

“When are you going to have a baby?” It’s a question I heard for years when I hadn’t yet told anyone I was struggling with infertility and recurrent miscarriage before... Read More

How to Make Sidewalk Chalk Paint + Fun Ways to Use It

Looking for fun outdoor activities for kids? Try this DIY sidewalk chalk paint recipe! Here's how to make it + fun ways to use the chalk.... Read More

How to Prevent a Miscarriage (Debunking the Myths!)

When our editor saw that we were publishing an article about preventing miscarriage, she was understandably confused. After all, I spend more waking hours than I can imagine counting reminding... Read More

Why I’m Not Doing Nighttime Potty Training

When we decided to potty train for the first time, I read multiple books, and they all gave me different instructions. Many of them suggested doing both day and night... Read More