Yesterday I went to the UPS store to mail a double breast pump and breastfeeding loot to a local friend, and also the infamous TIME issue to a friend in Spain who never could find a copy and wanted to read the article.
I tried to hide the cover until I had to give it to the postman to mail. He picked it up and weighed it while Aram walked up to read the numbers on the scale. The … Keep Reading!!!
People have been asking my mom lately how and why she became a breastfeeding advocate in the 1980s. It was due to lack of support and misguided information in the 1970s that led her to follow her instincts when she had me in the late 1980s.
My parents had my brother and sister in their early 20s when my dad was pre-med (studying to be an OB) at UC Berkeley. It was the 1970s and things were different back … Keep Reading!!!
It seems like all parents to to give their children a better childhood and life than the one they had.
I was blessed with a very happy childhood, and I am trying to give my children close to the same one I have. However, there were things in my own childhood I wish my parents had done or hadn’t done (see above picture).
Here is a list of what I learned not to do from my parents:
1.… Keep Reading!!!
This drink recipe was discovered at the Grange in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Light and refreshing! The perfect cocktail to sip in these warm summer months.
I am often asked by my close friends and by people I have met through this process exactly how we ended up on the Time cover. Like I said in the previous post, now that the dust has settled and I am left with the people who are reading this blog to be a part of a community, I feel comfortable opening up and explaining what happened from our perspective.
We initially were contacted through Time via e-mail. (There … Keep Reading!!!
I am so happy I can start using this blog as a true outlet again. I was waiting until my blog traffic died down and the community that remained was one with whom I was actively building relationships and healthy dialogue. I am so thankful that it has only taken a couple of months for that to happen.
This post and the one that will follow are going to be a bit of venting. In this post, I’m giving my … Keep Reading!!!
Tonight I started putting together a book for Aram containing the letters and comments of support we received after the TIME cover came out. There are thousands of beautiful messages to sift through. I wanted to make sure that in the front there were the letters from parents who said the cover gave them strength to not hide the way they parent to their friends and family, or that they now have the courage to allow their child to self … Keep Reading!!!
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About Shay … Keep Reading!!!
This upcoming trip to Ethiopia has everyone in our group is getting really excited!
The Awassa Children’s Project fundraiser was a huge success, and it was there they aired the ACP commercial for the first time.
Dr. Jay Gordon is collecting multiple medications to bring to the children and families of Awassa, Ethiopia. Thanks for Terry (DSA, DSA Pays It Forward) and his generosity, we will be able to ship the vaccines and medications safely to Ethiopia.… Keep Reading!!!
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I have to tell you something: I love Jamie Lynne Grumet.
Here’s the thing though, did you know that her parents named her? The gave her her first two names, but her husband gave her her third name, so now her name is Jamie Lynne Grumet.
I met Jamie when she thought I was spam on her blog. But, I’m not spam. Jamie didn’t even care if I … Keep Reading!!!
I vaguely remember meeting Aram for the first time.
He was three days old and they wheeled me into the NICU. One of the nurses rolled me up to a little plastic container holding him.
I went to peek in but before I could see him another nurse stopped me. “I’m sorry, I just need to check your ID bracelet and make sure it matches the baby’s. I know, you’re thinking ‘but I know my own baby!’ I’m sorry, it’s … Keep Reading!!!
In celebration of our genealogist finding living contacts to relatives in Sudan, here is a Sudanese Hibiscus Tea (Karkade) recipe to celebrate our heritage!
Here is a bit of a tweak on a traditional tea recipe in Sudan:
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