family, Fathers, Uncategorized

Father’s Day

My Father's Happy Place- the Backyard The backyard was one of my father's happy places. I can close my eyes and see him sitting here at the patio table, wearing his plaid shirt, dockers, sun hat, meat on the grill, glass filled with ice and coca cola with his pocket bible in the front pocket… Continue reading Father’s Day


5 Nurse Tips for Pelvic Girdle Pain

Pregnancy is a miraculous experience, and in that miraculous event there are many ups and downs. You may experience physical changes in your body you never imagined. One symptom that may rise up is Pain ... Moms-to-be, are you feeling that sharp pain in your pelvic area? A pain that appears when you move or… Continue reading 5 Nurse Tips for Pelvic Girdle Pain

doula, labor and delivery, Postpartum Depression, pregnancy, Uncategorized


Birth is more than a physical transformation, it is an evolution of spirit, mind and body. Physically, mentally and spiritually, you will find yourself experiencing a metamorphosis that at times leave you feeling you are having a personal rebirth. Photo by Jou00e3o Paulo de Souza Oliveira on The birth of a child can be… Continue reading Birth

pregnancy, Uncategorized

11 Tips for Staying Safe in a Pandemic While Pregnant

11 Nurse Tips for staying Safe in a Pandemic while Pregnant If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, this may cause an anxiety inducing state of mind. Will this ever end? When will normal start? What is the new normal? Especially with recommendations changing rapidly.

High Risk Pregnancy, parenting, pregnancy, Uncategorized

Your Story

The pregnancy journey or road to motherhood is one wrapped in a puzzle of beliefs, faith, science, desires, methods and paths. There is no simple equation of A +B =baby/motherhood. Each situation is uniquely different.

High Risk Pregnancy, pregnancy, Uncategorized

What You Need To Know About High Blood Pressure in Pregnancy

If you have high blood pressure in pregnancy, you are not alone, it is very common. In the United States, 1 in every 12 to 17 pregnancies among women ages 20 to 44 have high blood pressure. The good news, is high blood pressure can be treated by your provider and you can be monitored closely through your pregnancy (Center for Disease Control [CDC],2021. The main goal is always #healthy mom # healthy baby