Throughout my pregnancy I had terrible rib pains, my midwife assured me that this was a completely normal part of pregnancy. As I closed in on my third trimester, it became clear that the pain and shortness of breath were due to my baby's positioning. At 37 weeks it was confirmed, my little baby was breech!
I have finally ticked off one of my American travel goals! During the week of the 4th of July, we packed up our bags and are headed to the Northwest! Goodbye Austin, hello Seattle!
What a great way to start my morning! I walked out, tea in hand, to check out my garden's progress only to be surprised by these delightful beauties!
I can't believe how fast my garden has matured! Take a look at the progress in my latest blog 👩🌾🌱
Sometime in February, I pronounced to my husband, "This is the year! This is the year we grow our own food!" My husband, being the city-type, looked at me a little confused, but agreed to help where he could. It took until about April to get everything sorted, but finally, I have my little garden. To … Continue reading Suburban Garden – Little Pots
Some things are too personal to share, but then I think about all the women who may feel isolated in their pain and I feel compelled to share my story. The whole point of this is to normalize infertility and the struggle some experience in their attempt to start a family. With this in mind, … Continue reading Life Happens
This past weekend I had the distinct pleasure of attending an annual Gingerbread House Party complete with a White Elephant Gift Exchange and enough sugary candy bits to construct some pretty wicked homes! Without further ado, allow me to present to you: "Chaos in Candyland." We started out with about seven preset gingerbread packages - … Continue reading Candycanes and Sugar Lanes