Babies cry. Breast pumps don't. Babies are cute. Breast pumps aren't. These are among the various factors you may consider if you are ever lucky enough to be in a position to choose between taking along a nursling or a pump as your air travel companion. I've broken down the pros and cons of each … Continue reading Breast Pump vs Actual Baby as Travel Buddy: A Scientific Review
So, there's this little thing called The Listen To Your Mother Show. It features local writers reading their own essays on motherhood- the experience of being one, having one, or knowing one, in celebration of Mother's Day. I've co-produced the Boulder LTYM show for three years in a row now, and it has been amazing. My … Continue reading LTYM: Boulder- Video Release, Overdue Recap
In the weeks following our our appointment with the allergist who told us Lady Bug has potentially life-threatening allergies to many common foods, I had a lot of nightmares. Also, we scheduled an appointment with a doctor at National Jewish, a world-class hospital in Denver considered to be among the best in the nation as far … Continue reading This is not really a post about my kid’s poop
I know one thing about babies: They are mysterious. I learned this when my two-year-old was a baby, but I buried this nugget of truth in the recesses of my brain, which is disorganized to begin with. I can barely remember where I put my phone. I sailed through my second pregnancy, blissfully unaware of what was … Continue reading Lies I Told Myself About Baby #2… Guest Posting at In the Powder Room!
This is not a Canva tutorial. I muddled my way through Canva, using mostly trial and error, and I have created a total of one hopefully share-able graphic. Dan is really good at computers. I'm not. Ever since I met him, he's taken on the role of 24 hour on call technical support person. There … Continue reading The Lessons I Never Expected Canva to Teach Me