Little Cotton Socks
The Ups and Downs of a Living and Grieving Mom
Monday, 14 January 2019
We Thought We Could Avoid It!
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Surprise! He's Starting to Thrive!
One of our twins (known as Twin A) Walker was born at 4 pounds 1 ounce which was 1 pound 6 ounces smaller than his brother Conrad. The weight difference is now 7+ pounds. Due to his congenital heart disease we spent the first portion of 9 weeks in the NICU to deal with his fast breathing due to Tetralogy of Fallot. While in the hospital he had a moment where all of the monitors went off, alarms ringing and dinging and all I could do is walk away.
|Our visit to Sick Kids Hospital this week|
Wednesday, 11 July 2018
My -48 Pound Journey Part 2: How I Got Back from There
As I approach my 39th birthday tomorrow, the last year in my thirties (eek!), I think back to my most life changing year.
|Last summer before I started my weight loss|
Thursday, 7 June 2018
You Asked for It! My -48 lb Journey Part 1: How I Got There
Having four babies and twins definitely puts a toll on your body! It’s been hard to concentrate on myself, the way I feel and the way I look over the past few years, combined with the sudden loss of our 19 month old daughter Stella.
|Me Today with Conrad|
Monday, 22 January 2018
I Get Flashbacks.
Tuesday, 14 November 2017
How to Do It All (or at least try to)
I’ve added a new responsibility to my parenting role job description, a career. I work full-time, I commute over 100 kilometres a day, I’m a Wife, I’m a Mom. And I’m trying to make it all work.
Here is how to do it all, or at least try to.
|We have bumps, bruises, full wet diapers but a lot of love and fun in this household!|
Monday, 2 October 2017
How my Twin Toddlers are Adapting to Childcare
This post was created in partnership with Kids & Company.
Sending your little ones off to childcare is a rite of passage all working families experience at some point in time. After spending a busy 14 months with my twin boys, it was time for me to return to work, outside of the home.
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