If you are anything like me, you wait until the last minute to decide what’s for dinner. The problem with this is that some traditional meals need advanced preparation. Also, if you’re not a master chef, you may be stuck in a recipe rut and have no idea what to do with the random green onions, broccoli, or even sardines in your kitchen. Read more
Winter is a time where I am craving warming foods such as soups and stews. Be sure to try my broccoli and pecan soup and my paleo shrimp bisque. They are also great winter soups and a wonderful way to enjoy your healthy bone broth. I created this beautiful and delicious soup from items I had in my kitchen. This really could be called a kitchen sink soup because you could easily substitute ingredients with what you have on hand. Read more
It was Sunday, 3:45 am. I woke up to lower back pain. I then proceeded to the bathroom, but little did I know that labor had just begun. It didn’t take long for the nausea to set in, it was followed by regurgitating the wonderful dinner I had enjoyed with with my husband and mother-in-law. What a shame! But before I continue I will walk you through the previous 12 hours as I feel they tell a much broader picture of my ordeal. Read more
Now that my baby has arrived, I wanted to share with you what I brought to the hospital with me. Not everything is essential, but the items below will cover all of your bases to be prepared for a natural birth. This reduces stress and makes the whole experience more comfortable.