A labor and delivery nurse since 2008, a wife since 2018, and a mom since 2019, I feel like I’ve known the ins and outs of babies for what feels like an eternity. Yet, here I am with two babies on my lap, and I feel like I don’t know the first thing about these tiny creatures that have robbed me of my boredom and filled my heart and home with never-ending joy. Join me on my journey into motherhood, life at home, and the beautifully chaotic world of labor and delivery.
Our Favorite Baby Sleep Items
The two tiny people we’ve been blessed with—the ones who make my heart melt, head spin, and make my washer and dryer sweat, have also thrown me into a sleep deficit that will be hard to recover from. Here are some items that have have been extremely helpful in the sleep department.
Labor and Delivery Tips
“What if I need drugs?”. Pain management options to help get you through labor.
I love baking. Baking is near impossible with a two-year-old hanging off my ankles and a six-month-old on my hip. Am I right, ladies and gents? Regardless, I still have a few recipes I love, which I’ll share periodically.
Caring for Your Fiddle Leaf Fig
Are you dreaming of owning one of these beauties but don’t know what it takes to maintain one? Here are a few tips to get you started.
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My name is Rebekah and I am a dual citizen of both Canada and the United States. I lived in, and earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing in Maine, and moved to Canada when I was 24 years old to pursue my nursing career. I currently nurse at a hospital in Canada’s North (north of the 60th parallel) and live with my husband and two children.
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