April: Cesarean Awareness Month

I had an elective C-Section I studied the books. I learned how to breathe. I took all the courses that I might need. I had an elective C- Section I practiced Hypnobirthing. My lung clasped. A week in the hospital with tubes running out of my back. I had an elective C- Section Extreme anxiety …

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Expat Seclusion, Motherhood and The Real Nitty Gritty of Raising A Child Without a Village.

Is it true what they say? Does it really take a village to raise a child? I am nearly 12 months into taking motherhood by the basket balls and just trying to do my best at raising our son. Today was one of those days were I just felt so alone in this. Blogging/Instagram has …

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Are you curious about what questions to ask a newborn baby photographer when looking to book a newborn shoot?  My trusted photographer friend Jess Wilkins has stopped by to bring you mamas some great advice in regards to questions you should ask when booking your precious angels first photoshoot...and if your anything like me this is …

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Thankgiving at The Cates ft Mortons Traditional Taste

Its that time of year again and you're debating continuously whether or not to put up the Christmas tree. For the English, I believe they start celebrating and prepping for Christmas the day after Halloween...well at least the retail world does. But hey wait...Thanksgiving is first for us Americans! I am not sure that the British …

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