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Introducing Ragnar Baldur

  As I have told you in prior posts I was expecting a baby. That baby was born December 7th of last year. His name is Ragnar Baldur and he is the easiest baby I have ever had. He is both easy on the eyes and sleeps really well. He goes for 5-7 hour spurts… Continue reading Introducing Ragnar Baldur

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How to Get Stuff Done Even When You Don’t Feel Like It as a SAHM!

OK, I know everybody has been there. They are home and the house looks like a tornado went through it and that tornado is your kid. I have 4 boys so I know exactly what you are talking about. The baby has been crying all night and you are so tired that you feel like… Continue reading How to Get Stuff Done Even When You Don’t Feel Like It as a SAHM!

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The Importance of Self Care

I’d like to take today to talk about the importance of self care no matter what your profession is but especially when you are in a care taking job. Whether you are in the health care field, a mother, or taking care of aging parents people get depleted pretty quickly. It is difficult to keep… Continue reading The Importance of Self Care

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Long time no post…

Hello everyone, It has been a long time since I posted my last blog post and just typing this seems really odd to me. I feel rusty and not quite sure where to start. My last post was almost 10 months ago. I posted about choosing to be home with my family instead of going… Continue reading Long time no post…

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The Loss of Backyard Friends.

I knew when I took on having backyard barn animals that at some point I would have some sort of loss. That something would get one of my ladies or that they would get sick or something. But my last month of experience really threw me off of my rocker. Several weeks ago I went… Continue reading The Loss of Backyard Friends.