8 days ago, I was writing a letter to my postpartum self.
Today, I have a 7-day old little girl. Our pink buddha. Our fraggle. I can’t stop inhaling her. I can’t get enough of her little squeaks, her tiny toes. She sneezes and the roof lifts and she farts like a trucker. We are smitten.
So…my little pickle’s birth story… Continue reading
Remember that time back in 2016 when I said I was calling it a day on this whole blogging deal?
I seem to find myself in similar circumstances as I was when I first began my blog, back in 2015. That is, pregnant.
Here in Canada, mamas now have the option of taking a mind-blowing 18 month maternity leave. While the financial implications of this option are not exactly enticing, my husband and I agreed that the numerous benefits of staying home with my kids while they are so little just couldn’t be overlooked. Continue reading
I have always considered myself a nomad. Never quite settled anywhere, always searching for the next adventure, the next learning experience, moving from place to place. Ultimately, I think I have just been looking for the place where I fit.
One of my favourite quotes comes from J.R.R. Tolkien’s poem “All that is gold does not glitter”. You’re probably familiar with it (and if you’re not, get out from under that rock!). The line is ‘Not all those who wander are lost.’ Continue reading