• One Mother’s Journey Through the NICU

    Taryn’s journey to motherhood was not an easy one. Before they had their first child, they had never stepped foot in an neo-natal intensive care unit.  She learned very quickly that the NICU was a complete rollercoaster, and although she was incredibly grateful for her beautiful little boy, she was overwhelmed with fear, anxiety and uncertainty every single day for…

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  • Parenting During A Pandemic

    With the spread of Covid-19, millions of moms and dads have started spending a lot of time with their children, in new roles. I’ve noticed a large number of memes and posts on social media that state, “But I’m not a stay-at-home mom”; “I’m not a homeschooling dad”; “I’m not a Pinterest mom.” Along with the markets, the coronavirus has…

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  • Pregnancy & Delivery During A Pandemic

    The world may be in the middle of an unprecedented crisis, but people are still having babies. With 250 babies born every minute, it’s safe to assume that more than 12 million new lives have started since the world locked down about eight weeks ago. And while many anxious parents probably wish they could delay the birth of their child…

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  • Adopting During A Pandemic

    Today I am joined by Tamara who after waiting 11 years to become a Mama, was blessed through adoption on March 16th of this year. Not only did they have less than 24hrs to prepare to bring their new daughter home,  they were also bringing their new baby home at the same time Coronavirus restrictions were put in place in…

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  • Infertility During A Pandemic

    Today I am joined by Michele Senesac from Illinois who will be kicking off this short podcast series focused all around the Coronavirus Pandemic.  Michele was a guest on the Coffee & Grace podcast back in March where she shared her very personal story of infertility in an episode called My Waiting Room. Michele has been married to her husband…

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  • Family Traditions

    “It’s true. Christmas can feel like a lot of work, particularly for mothers. But when you look back on all the Christmases in your life, you’ll find you created family traditions and lasting memories. Those memories, good and bad, are really what help to keep a family together over the long haul” – Caroline Kennedy Family traditions build a sense…

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