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A letter to myself.

DearĀ self of 2016, First and foremost, you are doing a great job. You spend countless nights tossing and turning, worrying that you aren’t doing enough, that you aren’t making enough, that you simply aren’t…enough. You worry that the day flew … Continue reading

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Chronic.

And another year goes by. 365 days. One year ago, I wrote a postĀ “celebrating” the fact that I have had type 1 diabetes for 20 years. This week, it becomes 21 years. And it’s made me reflect on what the … Continue reading

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So it’s a new year. 2016. And yesterday, David Bowie died. The picture above is said to be the last picture ever taken of him. It was taken only days before his death. I can’t stop looking at this picture. … Continue reading

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What they don’t tell you.

Baby books tell you about sore nipples, sleepless nights, and colic. They tell you that your life will change forever. That your relationship with your partner will never be the same. That you can say goodbye to your free time … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday.

To the baby bird and the littlest peach, You will turn three years old on Monday. Is it hard to believe? Yes, in some ways it very much is. In others, it seems just right. Three years. 1,095 days with … Continue reading

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“Where has the time gone?”

If you have children, you have inevitably been asked by an older relative, a friend from your past, or a kind of annoying neighbor, “Where has the time gone?!” As a mother of almost 3 year-old-twins, this question irks me. … Continue reading

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The “why I exclusively do things exclusively my way exclusively” list.

There’s this new wave of lists on Facebook. You’ve seen them. The “why I exclusively breastfeed my ten year old” list. The “why I refused a c-section so that I could give birth naturally in the arms of my husband, … Continue reading

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