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Mental Health in 2019

Earlier this year, Bell Canada celebrated and honoured a day dedicated to mental health awareness. I read countless amount of stories that day. Some have triumphed and continue to make positive strides and others may have crumbled under the fact that their mental health was compromised. While I do not have a personal testimony of...

Our Love Languages—Rediscovered
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Our Love Languages—Rediscovered

When the Hubs & I met, I had the brilliant idea of introducing him to Dr. Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages concept turned book. I had learned the importance of being in tune with what my primary love language was and wanted to know what his was as well. If you don’t know anything about...

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Newborn Hair Care

Hello Lovelies! It has been exactly five months since Chelsea joined our family and I figured that it was time to start tracking her natural hair journey the same way I have done with Charlotte. For about the first month, I used Beauty Counter Baby All Over Wash. When that finished, I used Up North...

The Impact of Children on our Marriage
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The Impact of Children on our Marriage

Although the Hubster and I knew we wanted to have children, it was not our intention to have them soon after we had married. And yet, here we are three years of marriage later with a toddler and infant. I don’t recall us ever really sitting down and being overly strategic in how we would...

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Chelsea’s Birth Story

On Saturday June 1st, 2019, I woke up around 3am with what felt like contractions. We planned to go to church but didn’t bother because of how I was feeling. By about 6:30am we decided to go to the hospital so I could find out if I was even dilated. When the nurses checked me...

Maternity Photoshoot – Round Two
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Maternity Photoshoot – Round Two

When it came to brainstorming a concept for my maternity photoshoot session for Baby Reid No. 2 it felt like it was a forever long process. I searched high and low for inspiration and genuinely struggled with finding the perfect concept. Because the time was drawing near to my due date, I knew that I...

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The Road Less Travelled

If you were to ask my parents about the kind of daughter I am, they would probably say that I am the one who always asked ‘why’, I’m the one who was extremely organized just as I was sociable and I was the one who enjoyed painting the town red. Simply put, I was the...