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UCHealth Ask An Expert:: Breastfeeding Your Baby

We are so thankful that our partner, UCHealth lactation consultant Kezia Hagiwara, took the time to answer these questions submitted by our community of moms regarding breastfeeding. While breastfeeding has many benefits for newborns, many moms struggle with it. The amount of information involved with the process can be overwhelming – from knowing how to […]

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Finding Balance in Motherhood + Focusing On Your Why

A few months ago, I finished up a yoga class with a few balance poses. These were not hard poses. They were poses I had done for a while. But for some reason, I couldn’t seem to find my balance. I was all over the place and getting frustrated when the teacher called out, “Don’t […]

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Orangetheory Fitness Sweat Session {Recap}

Good news mamas! I found all those muscles I have neglected in my eight years of motherhood. I kid, but seriously, I am still sore three days later. If you are looking to get serious about your fitness goals and you want someone to push you and hold your hand while you get there, look [...]
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Surviving the “Honeymoon” of Reintegration

Of all the nuances of military life - frequent relocations, long overnight work hours, always changing schedules, etc. - the thing that can take the biggest toll on a military family's life is the separation that comes with a long deployment or Temporary Duty (TDY).  With a such a huge military presence in Colorado Springs, [...]
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The Importance of a Quickie: Staying Connected To Your Partner

Ha! I was really hoping that this title would grab your attention! While I do want to touch briefly on the intimacy aspect the word “quickie” typically applies to, I think that in these busy days with little ones and hectic family schedules, this word also applies to other ways of helping you and your partner […]

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Worry, Fear, and the Unknown: Taking Back My Kids Childhood

Growing up, I would definitely call myself a worrisome child. I would worry about all types of things and then those worries would turn into nightmares at night as I slept. It wasn’t every night but it happened a lot. One of my favorite shows growing up was a show called Rescue 911. Now, if […]

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Table for One, Please! A Mom’s Newest Guilty Pleasure

I did something crazy recently.  I went out to lunch by myself.  I’ve considered it.  With my husband overseas for another year, eating out is something that just doesn’t happen much anymore.  It’s not always easy to find someone to join you for lunch.  Growing up, it was more of a luxury, and in many […]

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