On Growing A Human: The Final Installment

November 14, 2018


I thought I had a little bit of time left for my little mini series on what it’s like to grow a human. I know due dates aren’t an accurate assessment of when a baby comes – in midwifery and natural birth circles a due date is more commonly referred to as a guess date […]

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little people

July 28, 2018


or more accurately, a little person. i am 23 weeks and 3 days pregnant! i have ultrasound pictures and they are pretty adorable (except for the ones where the wee one is looking right at the ultrasound wand and looks like skeletor) and make the baby look a bit like charlie brown in profile, but […]

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hello, fall.

November 15, 2017


i said to myself a few years ago that i would spend my 30th birthday in a place with fall. i have been enjoying my hot cocoa and knit-wear weather tremendously. it’s been almost a year since i’ve written on here. the last bit of 2016 was crazy because we were laying our plans for […]

tis the season

November 22, 2016


tis the season to be thankful. and of course, when it rolls around, i, like many people, wonder why we seem to reserve this for specific times of year. probably because it gets cold and we start to realize that when we were warm, we weren’t grateful for the heat, and when we’re cold, we […]

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beware. there be boobs.

September 18, 2016


yes, i’m still alive. some days more than others, but blogging tends to fall low on the list when i have 43 small people under my care for a large portion of the day and i spend another large portion of the day planning how i’m going to care for (and by care i mean […]

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June 23, 2016


Here it is again. Hot. Sticky. Humid. Except this time around, I’m at home spinning in circles trying to check things off to-do lists and clear out the excess junk in my life, both literally and figuratively. I made it through my first year teaching. Somewhat miraculously. Maybe one day I’ll learn to stop thinking […]

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January 3, 2016


This year seems to be one of the quickest ones I can recall. Hard to believe it’s done with. Amazing to think I’m almost half through my first year as a public school teacher. I feel like we’ve accomplished a good deal, but I’m looking ahead for possibility. I know lots of people scoff at […]