Home Life, Raising Kids, Toddlers

Food Allergies- A Scary Reality

food allergy, epipen, peanut allergy, dairy allergy, egg allergy

I haven’t talked about it much, yet, but my baby girl has food allergies. She is allergic to dairy, peanuts, and eggs, as of now. I had a VERY scary but brief moment yesterday, while at VBS. I was absent minded when it came to remembering that snacks are involved for the kids. I filled out my kids’ paperwork and…

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Babies, Milestones, Raising Kids, Speech/Language Development

Speech and Language Milestones Summary: Birth- 1 year old.

Photo Credit- Chayene Rafaela Blogmas, Day 6! As a speech-language pathologist, I have had the pleasure and honor to study and practice in a variety of settings, with my primary setting being the educational system. I enjoy working with young students, and helping to foster their speech and language development. It’s amazing to see the growth of many of the…

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Babies, Labor/Delivery, Laugh Out Loud, Pregnancy, Raising Kids, Staying Sane, Uncategorized

A Tale of Two Deliveries (Part 2/4)

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(This post is part of a series of my birth stories. Click here for the first one.) I got changed into a gown; another laborious process in active labor, and the nurse attempted to check me. Let me explain something: I had never been vaginally checked for dilation/effacement before this point. My midwives believed in being less invasive, and I…

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Labor/Delivery

A Tale of Two Deliveries (Part 1/4)

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The date was Monday, September 15, and I thought I was going to die. Maybe not die, but…something REALLY terrifying was about to happen. I was in active labor with my first son. I had no idea what to expect, outside of ALL of the YOUTUBE videos I…

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