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Internal Rhythm

As a child, I used to get headaches all the time. I look back and wonder, without attachment, what that was about? I have always been a sensitive being and that remains true, but as I have grown, I have become healthier and more adaptable. As I have learned about eating right, keeping my cycles…

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The Woman Card

I am astounded to see that I have not written a blog post since March! Life is so full with a little one. I have REALLY been wanting to write since Birch’s birthday. And now I celebrate my own birthday a week ago and reflect on the year that has passed. I hear so many…

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Sleep Training ~ The BuZZZZZZZZ

My understanding is that there are a number of forms of sleeping training that range from minimal crying to the Ferber method of leaving the baby alone to cry it out. The attachment parenting model encourages co-sleeping. That leaves everything in between. We all must choose for ourselves what works for us. Our little man…

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My, How He Has Grown!

It seems like just yesterday, he was a squishy little baby who could barely hold his little head up. Time means nothing. Moments are hours, and hours are moments. Time passes so quickly, except at night when we wake up every hour, and each time I think, it must be morning; surely he has slept…

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Life Force

I feel blessed that my little man took to nursing right away, I produce plenty of milk, and he is robust and healthy. For all of this and so much more, I am grateful. He changes so much everyday, it is incredible. In the very beginning, he figured out the breast crawl pretty quickly, though…

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Child Centered Attention

I have more compassion than ever for those who permanently live with a handicap. I was leaving the supermarket the other day, and as I was walking out the door, someone else was coming in. I mistakenly assumed that he would move aside for a moment so I could get through with my crutches, but…

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