MY BREASTFEEDING JOURNEY

I knew people had issues breastfeeding, I was so ‘go with the flow‘ that when I interviewed our pediatrician at 30-something weeks pregnant and she asked if I was going to breastfeed, I told her “I’d like to, but we’ll see how it goes”. Yet somehow, I was not emotionally prepared. I don’t think there […]

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HOMEMADE BREADCRUMBS

We love having fresh loaves of sourdough in the house! The only problem? We never finish the whole loaf before it goes stale. The solution? Homemade breadcrumbs. They’re so easy to make, taste super fresh, keep for up to six months in the refrigerator, and are perfect for avoiding food waste. Of course, you can […]

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SLOANE’S NATURAL BIRTH STORY

Birthing our precious baby girl was by far the coolest experience of my entire life. Let’s start there. My body amazed me all throughout pregnancy and going into labor and delivery- I was excited about the experience. I know a lot of people have fear or anxiety around the pain of labor, but I knew […]

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PREGNANCY: MY THIRD TRIMESTER

Hello from our due date! Yep, I’m sitting here on baby girl’s due date reflecting back on the third trimester and patiently awaiting her arrival. The third trimester was pretty jam-packed and I’m looking forward to sharing lots of insight with you here. I’ll try to start from the beginning! Tell me about the glucose […]

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SEEDY OATMEAL MUFFINS

I’ve been in quite the baking mood lately! Muffins have been on my mind, but I wanted to make a healthy muffin that would provide lots of nutrition for breakfast. I happen to love any baked good with tons of nuts and seeds. The texture is just so crunchy and I love the added flavors. […]

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PREGNANCY: MY SECOND TRIMESTER

Still pregnant! The second trimester felt full of exciting milestones for us. We finally shared the news with extended family and friends, we went on a babymoon, we received great results from baby’s anatomy scan (which was a huge relief to me, not that anything had been wrong to begin with, but I’m a worrier), […]

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