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  • I Don’t See the Big Picture

    I get being “late.” I do. I’ve learned by now it’s just how I bake my babies. Long and slow. I’ve come to terms with that and I’ve learned how to keep myself physically comfortable (thank you, chiropractic care!) and emotionally stable (most days) as I wait.  I’ve learned to treasure the extra days and weeks, […]

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  • Essential Oil Labor Plans

    I’m gung-ho about my oils! They have been such a blessing in my family’s lives and onto a path of a healthier life, we rarely visit the doctor or reach for over the counter medications anymore.  I’m super excited to see how they will impact my natural labor and upcoming homebirth as well. Most of […]

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  • Preparations

    Since the holiday busy season has been over, I’ve been in the full swing momma-nesting mode. The energy I have felt the last weeks has been unreal. I’ve never felt like this withmy other pregnancies at the end, usually I feel more tired and achy. It is a welcome difference to my other pregnancies. I […]

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  • 8 Tips to Living in Survival Mode

    Survival mode can happen for many reasons. Sickness, family issues, job loss, pregnancy exhaustion, a new baby transition, sleep deprivation, a late postpartum depression (as it was for me this last year)…you name it.  For me, it usually stems around pregnancy and the infant stage because I am just. so. tired. Below are the tips […]

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  • Ashlyn’s Birth Story

    All my babies have been late, or would have been if not induced on their due dates. I didn’t expect anything less from Ashlyn, I even set my due date a few days later (January 9th) based on my charting rather than the typical last missed period (January 5th) dates most people use to help […]