Tell Your Whole Story

It’s time that we tell our whole story. After reading Michelle Obama’s book, Becoming, and listening to her speak a few months ago, this phrase has really stuck in my head. “Your story is what you have, what you will always have.  It is something to own. Tell your whole story”. Social media really drives […]

I am Absolutely ENOUGH

This was a hard week being a mom to daughters. A boy in my daughter’s Grade 1 class called her fat and that she had a big tummy. I will never forget the sadness in her eyes and heart break in her voice when she told me after school that day.  I just held her […]

Postpartum Grief

Friday May 31st, 2019 Location: Studio (474 Klarvatten Lake Wynd, Edmonton) Investment: $35 Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/postpartum-grief-tickets-60738611823https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/postpartum-grief-tickets-60738611823 You will receive an invoice that can be submitted to your insurance providers for reimbursement under “Psychology Services”. The birth of a baby is expected to be a beautiful event that brings deep joy and purpose to a family. Few, if any […]

Surviving 5 years with Twins

Well, we did it! We survived the past 5 years raising twins and a 7 year old. Let me take you back in time to when I found out I was expecting twins. I didn’t go back to work at my job after having my oldest daughter because they didn’t allow me to return to […]

The Journey of a Stay – At – Home Mom

When my daughter Breanna was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, I had to verify with the doctor that she in fact was being diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. I remember that moment so clearly saying, “so she has Cerebral Palsy?” The doctor nodded “yes.” The only reason that I asked was because the orthopaedic surgeon who sent […]