Serena williams giving up on dating
Because neither my son's father nor I have living parents able to help out, I shudder to think of how much darker those first few months would have been had my partner's employer not granted him eight weeks of paid postpartum leave.
Every day I thought about parents—mothers and fathers—who are forced to return to their jobs earlier than they'd like, and how fortunate we were.
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Now through March 27th, @Bumble Fund applicants will get an opportunity to pitch their idea to me and @Whitney.On the days a nurse couldn't come to change my bandages, my partner would perform the mini-surgery on our bed as our son howled in a bassinet two feet away.The fact that he could be there for me—for us—meant everything.Given all of that, the tennis star and new mom assumed that she had missed the news of Kate giving birth and that the royal family must have welcomed the newest prince a few ago.
"I was really busy, but I saw the baby, and Kate was dressed, and I was like, 'Oh, maybe she had him a couple days ago,'" Williams told POPSUGAR during an interview in which she discussed Embrace Active Scar Defense, which she used to help her C-section incision heal with minimal scarring. Let me tell you: I was not in heels [after I gave birth]. "Two years later, there is no stigma in our house about me changing diapers, feeding Olympia, doing her hair or anything else I might need to do in a pinch.