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National Fossil Day!: San Diego’s Most Unique/Popular Spots for Discovering Our Past

Mammoths, Dinos, and Shells – Oh My!    Happy National Fossil Day!  Oh, wait, did we miss it?!  Oh, the shame! It’s OK. Not a lot of people had this on their radar, (October 12th, 2016) and I don’t blame them.  Outside of an archaeologist, who really gets excited over fossils?  By the way, don’t […]

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Postpartum Sex – Looking at Myself Through His Eyes

If you’re a mama, you know doctors recommend you abstain from sex for 6-8 weeks after you’ve just given birth. Question: Does everyone really wait? Four weeks post postpartum, I felt my sexiest. As a result, I had a voluminous bosom, a smaller waist and the new mama glow. How can anyone wait to have […]

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Top 10 Halloween Books for Children

 The Halloween season is such a fun time of year for children and adults alike with visiting pumpkin patches, picking out costumes, and putting up decorations to celebrate the holiday. In our neighborhood, multiple neighbors have decorated their homes with great effort including spooky sound effects, spider webs, ghosts, graveyards, and more.   One of […]

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Who Rescued Who?? A Fuzzy Tail of Doggie Adoption

A little thing about me, I have ALWAYS been an animal lover! I’ve fostered and adopted countless numbers of little pet companions. In fact my first furry kid was literally a from the street rescue. But, after 15 wonderful years, he passed. We never thought about having a dog again….let alone less then a year later. I forgot it’s not […]

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giving birth guide

Your Guide To Giving Birth in San Diego

Congratulations and welcome to motherhood! Being pregnant can be such a joyful time, full of new changes and decisions. One of the biggest decisions you will have to make is where you will deliver your new bundle of joy. Your choices here in San Diego are between our local Hospitals, Birthing Centers, or an At Home Birth with a midwife. […]

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Honoring the Memory of Children Lost on Our “Forever Loved” Wall

This weeks marks Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day, on October 15th. Twenty five percent of pregnancies do not go full-term. We feel the loss of our babies, whether it’s marked on the calendar or not, but often it can feel as if you’re the only one remembering. Those little lives, however brief, made an impact. […]

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pineapple pizza

FACT : Pineapple Does Belong on Pizza

If you’re like me and find pumpkin to smell (and I assume taste) like cat food then there’s another reason to celebrate the start of the Fall season. October is National Pizza Month. Officially. Also, it’s National Vegetarian Awareness Month. As a lover of pizza and as a vegetarian, I am celebrating by sharing my favorite pizza recipe. […]

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