My greatest passion in life is to be the best mom possible. Beyond that, my passion is being an entrepreneur who empowers others mothers to gain clarity in their lives, enabling them to live it to the fullest.
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It's my hope that this year, instead of just writing a post on my own infertility blog, I can sincerely educate the public and ask if we can all compromise. That way, NIAW wouldn't be just one week - it would be yearlong... maybe even lifelong.
I have so many things that I want to say to you, more than I can address in this post. While I haven't personally sat down and talked to Chrissy I'm currently walking in her shoes, (minus the whole supermodel thing) and have a few choice opinions on this subject.
Looking at these five expecting stars below who've each styled their celeb-bumpities uniquely -- Chrissy Tiegen, Emily Blunt, Liv Tyler, Ivanka Trump and Anne Hathaway -- I've distilled the essence of their maternity style and made the following nursery-inspired recommendations.
I considered my best option to have a child would be to get a surrogate. I asked, but no one I knew was willing or able to carry my baby. Even if I had found someone, the cost of using a surrogate is not covered by insurance.
We couldn't resist these mouthwatering, low-carb Chicken Lettuce Wraps, and neither apparently can Chrissy: "Every single time I make this dish, I find myself burying my head in the fridge all night, scooping and scraping for every chicken bit possible with my bare hands," she wrote in her book. "Filling and healthy and freaking yummy."
In case you're wondering, my hair is not all mine either. But I'm all about full disclosure and will happily toss off a quick "you can buy it in the store!" response to anyone who happens to throw a compliment my way.
Sports Illustrated model Chrissy Teigen recently announced her pregnancy on Instagram, posting a picture of her burgeoning baby bump. The caption read: "Somebody is early to the party" with three unamused emoji indicating that she was slightly dismayed by showing so soon. Teigen received 11,000 comments on her photo, and while many were positive, several critiqued both her body and her method of conceiving.
The devastation of that day still haunts me. I frequently think about how old my son or daughter would be now. Every time that thought crosses my mind, I sink into a depression and wonder: why can't I do something so basic as have a child?
The power couple's cool Manhattan apartment is officially on the market.
There are few recipes where people have more opinions than burgers. But there is always a way to improve so we turned to chefs to give us their perspective on perfecting the classic.
In its latest issue, Architectural Digest takes an exclusive look inside the New York digs of supermodel Chrissy Teigen and her husband, R&B singer John Legend. Located in a historic building on the border of Little Italy and NoLita, the intimate one-bedroom apartment is said to have a "dark, moody atmosphere."
Ah, New York... Busy streets, trash on the sidewalks, and pollution in the air. These are things I push aside when I'm (quite literally) running to check in at my day job. Well, night job.
We got the model to share some of her favorite food tips.