All tagged #intc

The Purge

"...I stared at my closet full of hangers and bins of my pre-baby clothes and accessories that I kept in the event that I would ever fit into them again. And while many clothes were quite close to zipping,  I found my inner Joan Rivers saying, "just because it zips doesn't mean it fits..."

Social Networking

"...I help my newfound friend take down her booth over discussions of therapies, independent mobility, frustrations, hopes, fears, birth stories, and hospital visits -- peppered with some dark humor, of course. What a delight! I can't tell you how good it felt to talk about these things as normally as most other people talk about topics like teething, or chasing after their crawling baby, or how their baby is starting to talk already..."

Chez Fon Fon

"...the fact that it was so last minute made it like ripping of a band-aid. One, t - oh shit band aids off, baby's home and we're halfway to Alabama..."

This is Thirty

"...I'm a spotted, dirty haired, half- of-my-legs shaved, tipsy mess, but I couldn't be happier. I'm surrounded by people I love, and indulging in some of life's greatest pleasures - cheese, wine, and cake. My home is filled with laughter, good music, and good people, and that's all I could ever ask for. If this is thirty, I'm quite alright with that..." 

Honoring Your Clients

"...I got to know who they are at their core, and this means the world to me. Not only is establishing a relationship with my clients good in the sense that I might retain them as clients, but more importantly, I gain empathy and insight into their lives, and in turn into why they choose these workouts in the first place. I am able to better honor their bodies, and their efforts. I take immense pride in every moment I spend with my clients, and want to be a source of encouragement in their lives..."

Odd Mom Out

"...As normal as all of the medical complexity has become for us, especially in the comfort and familiarity amongst the walls of our home and hospital, it becomes glaringly obvious how much we've struggled as I hear the concerns of moms of typically developing kids..."