Birth worker and Clinical Communication Lactation Specialist.
Benefits of Babywearing.
Today was supposed to be Ian’s first day of Winter Break. Due to the flu, it’s his fifth, and he’s basically still in bed, which is why I had time to take pictures and blog! (Also my phone died so I’m actually using a real camera and reading books.) We are so excited for Courtney […]Read Post ›
All I have to say is thank goodness my kid can pack nuts in his school lunches. I can get him to eat an egg or some meat on occassion at home but any of that is guaranteed to not get eaten at school. Cheese? Forget it. Pb&j? nope. But these, these he will eat […]Read Post ›
And it tastes really good. Like bread and everything. I was inspired to start baking my own bread after Ian started getting lots of belly aches that seemed to coincide with an abundance of gluten and I wasn’t super excited by the sugar, soy and long list of ingredients in store bought gluten free bread. […]Read Post ›
It’s almost been a year. One year since we moved from the big city to the small desert. It’s weird and wonderful. It’s conservative, and we are not, so that’s an adjustment. I don’t really have friends here yet. My work comes in fits and starts but so far every client has been lovely. Ian’s […]Read Post ›
Today is Ian’s 7th day of kindergarten. He unbuckled himself, opened and shut the passenger door of my car, and said bye, mom. I said woah woah woah. We had two streets to cross, plus a cul-de-sac and two turns to navigate before you could see the kinder gate. He said he knew where he […]Read Post ›