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Posted by Amanda

To say that childbirth changes your life may very well be the understatement of the century, if not history. Moms, you know what I’m talking about. There’s literally nothing on earth and no person in existence that can prepare you for the mental, emotional and physical changes that take place after giving birth. Even now, well over a year after having my baby, I can’t say that I’ve “recovered” because honestly, it just doesn’t feel like the right word. My journey hasn’t been about salvaging or returning to a previous life. It’s been about re-emerging as a new me: myself, as a mother.

THE DELIVERY
For all intents and purposes, I consider myself a planner — not an obsessive one, but a planner nonetheless. I love to-do lists. I used to carry a day planner everywhere I went. I’m the type of person who likes to be prepared for things and to know what I’m getting myself into. But on the precipice of such a momentous event — materializing a HUMAN BEING out of my body — I knew that I needed to go in with a certain level of trust and flexibility. For this reason, I consciously decided not to have a birth plan.

I had spoken to so many mothers who had planned every detail, and when things didn’t go as expected, they felt a great sense of fear or failure. I couldn’t stomach setting myself up for that kind of disappointment. Plus, the I-know-more-than-my-OB-GYN attitude was really unappealing to me, so I skipped the books and opinions and decided to trust the people I had chosen to take care of me. My doctor. My husband. And my family. I placed my wellbeing in their hands and willfully released control.
Hours into labor, I was given the choice to either keep pushing or have an episiotomy. With my newfound go-with-the-flow approach, I told my doctor to snip away because I was beyond ready to have that baby. Just to clarify: that was me agreeing to have someone cut part of my “vagina” to get this kid out. That’s no small commitment. But low and behold, with a scissor and one more push, our Sonny was born.

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Posted by Amanda

At this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, a few of the cast members from MTV reality show The Hills reunited on the red carpet and revealed what many Hills fans had been hoping for, for along time: the series was getting a reboot along with a brand new name, The Hills: New Beginnings.

The Hills ran for six seasons before coming to an end in 2010, and although it’s been eight years, many devoted fans had always held hope that MTV would bring the beloved, drama-filled series back, and as many are now aware, their wish was granted.

One of the original cast members signing on for New Beginnings is Whitney Port, and while she may still look the same, Port, 33, is now a married woman with an adorable 1-year-old son, Sonny Sanford.

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