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What I Did For Love

Back in November I had the exciting opportunity to travel away from home and go to Florida to present at a national conference. This conference is huge, attended by people all over the world, and runs for four days.  So big, in fact, that the key note speaker was Ruby Bridges.  Ruby Bridges!  Though I […]

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Ditch the Nursing Cover While Breastfeeding!

Ladies, can we all just agree on something? It’s time to ditch the nursing cover! You know the ones I’m talking about; they look like a strange miniature apron. And they even come in different colors and patterns so you can coordinate them with your outfit. To use one, you sling the string around your […]

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The Painful Truth

Breastfeeding can be painful. Too often, consultants and doctors try to say otherwise. They tell you it isn’t supposed to hurt. But I’ve known many women who’ve breastfed their babies and not one of them went pain-free.  While natural, breastfeeding is a learning process.  It takes time and patience and a lot of practice to […]

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From One To Two

My son, Xander, was just about to turn two years old when I found out I was pregnant again. It was planned, as much as anything in life is. John and I had always wanted to have more than one child; we wanted Xander to have a sibling. Yet, as soon as I saw the […]

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Into the Unknown

This is the first time that I have used a blog.  I can safely say this is not something I had ever thought of doing before.   One thing that has been a constant in life is jumping into the unknown.  Most of the “jumping into unknown” have been great experiences.   So, here I […]

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