Category Archives: Breastfeeding

Life without vitamin P

PEANUT BUTTER or vitamin P as my husband likes to call it.  It is The Staple in our house that we thought we could never live without.  It was the one stipulation my husband had when I started the home daycare: that we could never be a peanut free or even peanut safe household.  We …

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A Nice Mommy Moment

  Being a mom is a pretty tough job, but the payoff is amazing.  This is pretty common knowledge among parents.  Yet you will still find us reveling in those moments when all the poopy bums, being spit up on, and having to say the same thing 100 times is worth it because our kid …

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Covered in hives I found what I was looking for

Did you ever have one of those moments where you had to resist the urge to shout “I told you so”? You did not want to seem like a petty child, by rubbing their nose in the fact that you were right and they were wrong.  I can’t say I really wanted to shout at …

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Whatever happened to bedside manner?

I am not a hypochondriac.  I am a healthy person, and I do not visit the doctor for every little thing. However, I am very much a “what if” kind of person.  I am also pretty in-tune with my body so I seem to notice every twinge, ache and spasm that occurs. There is also …

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My Breastfeeding Journey

So I did something today that has been on my “to-do” list for a while.  I finally found and went to a La Leche League meeting. It is something that I have wanted to do for a while because breastfeeding is something I feel very strongly about.  I also wanted to join the group for …

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