Tag Archive for 'pregnancy'

Explore More : June 6th

Thanks so much for your amazing response to yesterday’s post on social media triggers. I love what everyone shared through comments, Facebook, texts, and emails. We’ll revisit the theme next week, but feel free to continue to discuss here and on (ironically enough) social media. I haven’t nagged you guys to hang enough lately. For […]

I was up with Little A three times last night between the hours of eleven and five, and then up for good with her at 5:15. It’s one of those days where cogent thoughts are not forming in the brain. Bear with me and I will toss some goodies your way, though. Just remember to […]

For my second ferments of kombucha, I use containers I’ve accumulated over the years.  Mason jars, nut butter jars, and this bottle.  I got it in Florida at a fun smoothie stop on 30A, but every time I drink from it, I feel so illicit. #kombuchaflask If you read my blog much, you know I […]

My husband got a Big Green Egg for his *ahem* 40th birthday that has not yet happened but the BGEs were on sale so we snagged one.  I’ve been all over that bad boy since we got it.  Check out this lovely smoked chicken. But here’s my question for you BGErs: What’s the best way […]

Explore More : June 21st

More hydrangea goodness from my yard.  There’s something about this time of year when my plants seem out of control, and everything is lush and full that makes me overlook the weeds and untended beds.  I love it. Speaking of things I love, I love brownies and I am on a quest for the perfect […]

June 19th

A year ago today, I spent much of the day like this: That’s me, in labor and delivery, trying relieve some of the pressure each contraction exerted on my sacrum. With each of my labors, the intensity of the contractions was focused not on the part of the back where most women experience “back labor,” […]

Explore More : May 24th

Isn’t this little guy just the cutest?  I found him on a recent trek to my most favorite “happy” place in the city, Atlanta Botanical Garden.  The frog pond was full of little guys like him, just doing their thing.  I took way too many photos of them. Speaking of way too many, I have […]

Explore More : April 26th

We just turned over our garden and I have kale and collards coming out my nose and ears!  We’ve planted basil, fennel, cucumbers and some squashes in our plot so far this season.  My withering oregano, thyme and parsley have come back to life after a few weeks of spring rains and my mint is […]

I’ve never explained the situation in full detail, but I have made reference to a chronic pain situation that I have in my right pelvis/psoas/hip area. The MDs, physical therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturist, and movement specialists that I saw were never able to fully “diagnose” me with a single cause for my pain.  No one can […]

Explore More : March 1st

Whew!  It’s been a really insane few weeks in my world.  I was at a family wedding last weekend, so we didn’t get to Explore More.  Consequently, I’ve got a lot for you this week. But before I dive in, I want to welcome the new followers who joined us this week.  My posts about […]