My Darling You’ve Just Turned Five

Five Year Old Daughter 5th Birthday

There are ages in life that just seem like bigger milestones than others to me. When they turn one it signifies you no longer have a baby, now you have a toddler. Five, the age your child is officially a “kid” they all of the sudden lose that pre-school andContinue Reading…

Hysterectomy In Your 30’s Part III: The Finality

Feelings on Hysterectomy at 30 years old. Endometriosis and Adenomyosis Mom

This will be how this chapter on a hysterectomy closes. I’ve chronicled enough emotions and it needs to be put to bed for now. “It will pass. I promise”  and the yellow heart. Yellow, the official color of Endometriosis. I posted a photo on Instagram related to Part II ofContinue Reading…

Hysterectomy In Your 30’s Part II: These Scars Tell A Story Of Suffering

Hysterectomy in 30's Endometriosis Adenomyosis

If you haven’t read Part I, check it out here—>Hysterectomy In Your 30’s Part I: An Agonizing End to Torment It’s been one week since my hysterectomy. There it is, one of the parts of my body that I hate the most. It’s on display for thousands of people to ogle.Continue Reading…

Hysterectomy In Your 30’s Part I: An Agonizing End To Torment

Hysterectomy 30's Endometriosis

It Begins Tommorrow we leave for Calgary. We will travel 5 hours in the car so that I can have a hysterectomy by one of the best gynecological surgeons in Canada. I’m grateful to have a skilled and experienced surgeon for my difficult case. I find myself wishing there wereContinue Reading…

Anxiety, “It’s Literally All In Your Head”, Not Really.

Anxiety Is Real

I’ve heard this said way too much in the last year.  People who suffered from bouts of anxiety or depression have said it, I’ve also come across a few people who’ve had anxiety because they lost control of something. Let’s call this “term anxiety” for the purpose of clarity here.Continue Reading…

Autism & Starting Kindergarten

Autism Kindergarten Need to Know

For so many parents of Autistic children, the thought of that first year of Kindergarten can be terrifying and completely overwhelming. September of 2018 my soon to be five-year-old Autistic/SPD daughter will be starting her first year in Kindergarten. The same month my 12-year-old Autistic/ADHD son will be starting hisContinue Reading…