Our screens and devices are always demanding we make split second decisions, and let’s face it; most of us have stopped paying much attention to those question. Time to pay attention to what technology is really saying to us
At some point it just becomes a game – how many times can I click “remind me in 48 hours” before I have no more choice. Eventually, I always lose. Well played, computer!
That extra 9 minutes is well worth the … Keep Reading!!!
Monti, is an Armenian dish I LOVE. When my mom first made it for Brian he went crazy. It is now his favorite food of all time, and he’s not the only one.
I’ve been around my mom making Monti since I could remember, but this time I was actually going to learn and be able to replicate it at home.
We decided to spend this weekend in Carmel!
A big part of my childhood was spent there, so I love going back.
We do encounter one problem. The men in my family (and the ones we marry) tend to be abnormally tall, and the houses in Carmel are built for abnormally small people.
Eating is one of my favorite things to do, and some of the best restaurants are in town.
We met my … Keep Reading!!!
As I bask in the sun today, I wanted to leave you with this very cool picture that no one can seem to find the person to give credit for (if you do know who deserves credit for this picture, contact me):
Here are her thoughts on breastfeeding:
“I nursed my older son and am currently nursing my 5 month old. I nursed exclusively for about 9 months with my first and hope to go longer with my baby now. I only wish i had more support when I first became a mom because I would have liked to nurse longer. Today, I have that support system. As a mother I know that I need to be the one standing … Keep Reading!!!
I’d like everyone to meet Jenny!
My daughter joined our family via adoption when she was 10 months old. I had followed the Newman-Goldfarb Protocols for Induced Lactation for the previous 12 months so that I’d be able to breastfeed her. I amazed both my husband and myself when I was able to bring in a significant milk supply by the time we traveled to Ethiopia to … Keep Reading!!!