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The first thing Rick asked me when we found out we were pregnant with Addison was, “We don’t have to take those stupid classes again, right?”
I can’t help but laugh thinking back to our experience with Ricky’s pregnancy. I was adamant, from day one, that we needed to go through the classes. And in some ways, they were definitely helpful. But coming into parenthood with the experience that I’ve had – and being very logical people – they weren’t overly…informative.
Today I had lunch with a few friends after bible study. To clarify, I didn’t make it to bible study because my 2 year old decided that 5 AM is a completely appropriate time to start our day. And then he crashed for a morning nap around 8:30. So we just met up for the “social” side of the morning.
As I was leaving, one of my friends told me that I look good, she couldn’t tell I was pregnant. And inside I was like, “Score! I’m effectively dressing my prego bod!”
If you didn’t already know this, I write for a living. Well, back that up. I consult for a living. And a big part of that is freelance blogging.
But this isn’t want I’ve always done. I have a strong background in marketing and finance, writing, public speaking and just generally running businesses.
Deciding to do what I do for a living wasn’t an easy jump. It took years of back and forth, being afraid of fully making that leap, dipping my toe in the water, walking…Continue
The moment you start feeding your baby you begin setting up eating habits that will hopefully last them a lifetime. While habits are developed over time, starting your child on healthier foods right from the start is a great opportunity to help children understand the benefits of eating that is good for them.
It is surprising how quickly babies learn the…Continue