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My Manipulative Miracle

My 4-year-old son, Jacob, was crying that he wanted to go home with me when I dropped him off at daycare this morning.  Our daycare provider and I tried everything to get him to just go inside and play, from offering the cool toys that were available, to showing him the pumpkin he could paint, to offering better bribes – popcorn and a movie and even candy.  586 more words


Good Days and Bad Days

Bed-rest Day 6: Today was a good day. I spent time with my boyfriend and my son. We were able to leave the house and that was nice for me, had to go to the doctor’s office. 331 more words


Some Days Are Overwhelming

Bed-rest Day 4: Today was one of those days where I felt sorry for myself.  I tried to stay chipper but honestly its too much for me. 403 more words


"People with low vitamin D die more frequently from heart disease and cancer.

(CBS News) Higher levels of vitamin D may protect people from an earlier death, particularly from cancer and heart disease, suggests a new analysis of existing research. 578 more words

Vitamin D3 And B12

The booking in appointment

The day didn’t get off to a great start. First proper day after night shifts is always a bit off. #1 was in good spirits and actually ate breakfast, huzzah! 791 more words


Guest Writer: Sally Adams- I Didn't Know What I Was Missing

If you had asked me, in June of 2010, what I knew about Down syndrome, I probably would have said something like, “Oh, you mean like that guy from the TV show ‘Life Goes On’?” And that most likely would have been the extent of my knowledge – if you could even call that knowledge. 1,175 more words

For Mamas

First Thing's First

Photo by Chickypoo Photography

Well let me start by telling you why I started this; I am almost 30 weeks pregnant with my second boy, and I have been ordered to bed by my doctor. 526 more words