The Bustle Huddle spotlights the voices of our editors, writers, and community, providing our readers with insider access to the Bustle office. Each episode will dive into a topic millennial women can't stop talking about, for better or worse, and will conclude with a feature inspired by the stories and projects we're most proud of. And here at Bustle you never know who will drop by, so stay tuned to hear some of your favorite celebrities behind our mic.
How do you really know when you're ready to start a family? Or if that's something you're ever going to want? Last week, we explored all the ups and downs of trying to conceive, and this week, we talk to New York Times reporter Claire Cain Miller, writer EJ Dickson, and writer Cheryl Strayed (we're trying to be casual about it) about what it's like after you have a child and how to know if this is something that's actually for you.
Check out Claire Cane Miller on Twitter and the New York Times.
Find EJ Dickson on Twitter.
And of course, find Cheryl Strayed on Twitter and her podcast, Dear Sugars wherever you listen to podcasts.