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Author Archive | Stephanie Feals

Over time, this view became commonplace (craziness!)!

Lucky and Thankful

Isn’t it amazing how we become so used to things in our everyday life? If you’re like me, you probably go through the day from one scheduled commitment to the next, but don’t really take the time to appreciate the things that happen or exist along the way to make it all possible.  Years ago, […]

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March of Dimes

Our Connection to the March of Dimes – Kennedy’s Ambassador Story

Before my daughter was born, I participated in the March of Dimes’ March for Babies for several years. In my mind, it was a fun walk to do with my dog and coworkers and I thought it was cool that it benefited premature babies. Then I developed severe preeclampsia/borderline HELLP and my daughter Kennedy had to be delivered at […]

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80's Nostalgia

80’s Nostalgia

I always wanted to have a daughter, and had always imagined all the fun things we’d get to do together. I never imagined that part of that would include the glory of purchasing so many of the toys that I grew up with! Seriously though, have you guys been to Target lately? (I’m sure in […]

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no naps when mommys home

No Naps When Mommy’s Home!

My daughter has two schedules – the weekday schedule and the weekend schedule. During the week, her grandpap watches her, and she typically takes two naps a day. On weekends, she’s up from fairly early in the morning until 11 pm or so! My husband and I don’t intentionally disrupt her standard weekday schedule, but our […]

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low supply

Low Supply

Is there ever a time when low supply is good? Perhaps, but I can tell you for sure that it’s not good when referring to breast milk! This isn’t your typical, breastfeed/don’t breastfeed/don’t-breastfeed-that-long type of post. I’m all for whatever anyone wants to do. This is about the struggle of having a low milk supply.  […]

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the new normal

The New Normal

It’s crazy how you don’t know what your normal is (or was) until there’s a new normal. I’ve experienced it a few times in my life. Up until 2015, the most notable times were when we moved across the country, then moved to another state, then to another (no, we’re not a military family, we […]

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