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depression

It Will Be Okay: How To Support a Mama with Postpartum Depression

Days after my oldest was born, I found myself walking around in a fog. I was still recovering from a painful cesarean delivery—one I hadn’t planned for or expected. I was trying to adjust to my new normal: sleep deprivation, stressing about trying to nurse my baby and looking beyond recognition. “Welcome to Motherhood,” I […]

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Harvesting Memories: A Guide To Embracing the Crazy

I start to feel myself get frustrated and tell myself this was a bad idea. Then it hits me, like it so often does in those key mama moments. They’re three and two and they’re doing exactly what is expected of three and two year olds. They’re exploring, learning, observing and especially, testing the patience […]

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breastfeeding

I Tried And Thought I Failed: What They Don’t Tell You About Breastfeeding

I hear it in your voice, and can see it in your eyes. A “successful” breastfeeding mom asks “Did you breast or bottle feed?” You avoid eye contact, lower your head and whisper “I tried, and it just didn’t work. I didn’t make enough, had to supplement and my milk eventually dried up.” You avoid […]

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The 2017 Guide To Colorado Springs Farmer’s Markets

One of the best things about summer is Farmer’s Markets. These outside markets are a blast for finding local, fresh produce, honey, meats, baked goods, natural soaps and more. In Colorado Springs, Farmer’s Markets generally run from early June-late September or early October. Our comprehensive list below will help you find the closest Farmer's Market [...]
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