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*Trigger Warning* loss My grandmother always loved butterflies. She knew the different species and would almost always wear a pin, sweater or scarf with a butterfly on it. When Gram passed away, we covered the church in butterflies and when one would fly by, we always knew it was her saying hello. Since then, more loved ones have passed away, the butterfly has remained a beautiful and happy symbol of their memory. Most recently, someone died who should not have. I debated whether to share this on the blog or not, but it is not something that I can simply… Read More >>
Summer time, for me, involves lots of beach, playground, zoo, and ice cream shop time. I love being outdoors with my family. Playing in the creek with my 3 year old, enjoying my favorite local coffee and chocolate sums up a perfect day! What else fills up my summer days is training for races. Since moving back to PA from NYC, I have thoroughly enjoyed developing a relationship with running. I used to struggle through 5 minutes straight running! I thought it was impossible for me to actually train for a run a 5k. A program that I recommend to… Read More >>
I have been holding on to many moments lately, as Clara grows and changes everyday. She is now 7 months old and as every mom can relate, I would love for time to stand still.  I'd like to see her goofy smile, kiss her squishy arms and legs, hear her little cackles (that she has discovered makes herself and everyone around her laugh) one more time. But time is not that friendly. It moves forward whether we're ready or not. So, instead of resisting this force/wave/rhythm, why not ride it and accept. This amazing article from Elephant Journal (one of… Read More >>
August 1st through 7th, 2014 marks World Breastfeeding Week! Now, I will begin by saying that no matter how you choose to feed your baby, breast or bottle, your own miracle milk, donor milk or formula, you are a wonderful mom and you are doing a fantastic job. There are many circumstances that allow for one or the other, bottle or breast, or a combination of the two. World Breastfeeding Week allows advocates to continue to provide information, support and portrays the normalcy of breastfeeding. Because, after all, that's what they're for! I have immensely enjoy nursing both of my… Read More >>
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