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The morning of my scheduled 12-week OBGYN appointment was just like any other morning. My husband let me sleep in as he usually does and our morning routine went like clockwork. I stood at the back door rubbing my...
It’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and all month long I’ve been reading beautifully-written and harrowing stories of miscarriage, stillbirth, sudden infant loss, infant loss due to underlying medical conditions, and termination due to fatal chromosomal abnormalities, but...
When my middle son, Gus, was two and a half, our struggles started. He would have multiple meltdowns a day; more than the average “terrible twos” temper tantrums. His meltdowns would leave both Gus and myself in tears most...
We don't know about you, but we're going to be honest for a moment: this fall has been pretty rough. Between the uncertainty of an ongoing pandemic, the constant bombardment of political punditry, fluctuating work and school commitments that...
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss awareness month. Loss of a pregnancy or infant is sadly a part of a lot of our motherhood stories. I know too well, loss is a part of my own motherhood journey. Our Forever Remembered...
Did you know that October is National Book Month? It's hard to keep up with all the celebrations these days, but you might have known this one if you're an obsessive reader like I am. If you’ve seen some...
I stared at the rust-colored drawings on the wild looming rock face, the Kawishiwi River lapping gently against the green Royalex of our old, steadfast canoe. I hadn’t seen these pictographs in over ten years. Ten years since I’d swam...
I stared at the grey hairs sprouting out of the right ear of my aging optometrist as he peered into my left eye with his ophthalmoscope. I could feel my heartbeat speed up a little; my annual eye exam...
My kids have been back in school for two full weeks now and on Saturday night one of them developed a cough... the first cough in over six months. I’m really not surprised; I know the teachers and staff...
Parenthood is a journey that so many of us are on, so why does it often feel isolating and difficult to maintain our relationships? I attribute this strain to, what I have dubbed, the “fragment conversation”. Let’s break this apart. Play...

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