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Birth Story Q&A

“Birth is not only about making babies.  Birth is about making mothers-strong, competent, capable mothers who trust themselves and know their inner strength.” -Barbara Katz Rothman Hi guys!  Welcome to my birth story!  Well, not my birth story, but my boys!  I thought I would do this a little differently and do it Q&A style.  This… Read More Birth Story Q&A

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Tomorrow Sleep

My husband and I have been on the hunt for a new mattress for awhile.  We were so excited when Tomorrow Sleep sent us a mattress to try out.  We have had our new mattress for about a month now and I am so happy to share my thoughts on it.  Spoiler alert: We love it! We… Read More Tomorrow Sleep

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Season of change

“The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join in the dance” -Alan W. Watts One thing I love about where I live is that I get to experience all four seasons.  As one season begins to end, I gear up to embrace the new… Read More Season of change

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Anxiety

Anxiety. I have struggled with anxiety since I was about 9 years old.  Although, back then, I had no idea that’s what it even was.  Ever since I was a little girl, I always had trouble with change.  My first memory of this was in elementary school.  I was in fifth grade and about to… Read More Anxiety

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FALLing in Love

To say that fall is my favorite season would be an understatement.  What’s not to love about fall?  I love the smell of the crisp air, comfy knit sweaters and knee high boots.  I love the beautiful changing leaves and pumpkin spice everything!  Here is a list of reasons why I love fall! 1.FASHION Fall fashion is… Read More FALLing in Love

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What I wish I knew

There are so many things that I wish I knew before becoming a mother.  Sure, everyone tells you its a really hard job.  There are a lot of tears, a lot of sleepless nights, and a lot of diaper changes.  Here are some of the things I wish I could have told myself: 1. There… Read More What I wish I knew

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Life with a “refluxer”

Before having your baby, everyone tries to prepare for the hardships to come.  The sleepless nights, endless feedings, lots of poopy diapers, and crying.  All babies cry, right?  I knew within the first few days of having Jackson that something wasn’t quite right. When I would feed Jackson, he would often gag on his milk.… Read More Life with a “refluxer”

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