Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Strongest Tether

Lately, I’ve been in a conversation with a friend who lost a baby a few years ago, mid pregnancy, due to unforeseen complications. I offered my condolences and my own story of losing a baby due to a missed miscarriage … Continue reading

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What I’m Feeding My Kid Today; Sweet Potatoes Revamped

I have worked in a kindergarten for five years. In kindergarten, we make a lot of snacks. We make all sorts pf things and try to toss in lots of fruits and veggies. You know what kids love? Trying new … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding, When It Doesn’t Work

About twelve months ago, nearing the end of a nerve wracking rainbow pregnancy (pregnancy after miscarriage, in my case, or other loss of a child), I sat swinging my legs atop the table in the doctor’s office. At the end … Continue reading

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hey, it’s me

Wow, Ive been blog negligent. Mentally working up to a blog about the myths of breastfeeding, from the pov of those of us ( and i know there are many!) who never fully nail it, or who can’t produce milk … Continue reading

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