“While all experiences and opinions are my own, this post is sponsored by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), which commissioned the “IBS in America” survey, the most comprehensive IBS survey of both patients and physicians ever conducted, polling more than 3,200 sufferers and 300 physicians to better understand this condition, with the financial support of […]
You haven’t heard from me in a while because it’s just been an interesting two weeks. I take that back, it’s been an interesting few months. We started off the year with Jaxon’s eye surgery. Then we followed that with pouch blockages, a fissure, Jax had an ear infection AND bronchitis, then we topped it […]
The Stockings are hung. The Tree is twinkling. The Hot Sausage frying. The Coffee is brewing. And Nat King Cole is serenading the hallways. I’m on twitter all day today talking traditions and holiday fun. Come by and share them with me! Merry Christmas Everyone!
The hardest part about the holidays is the prep. The prepping of the house & dinner with an active child & disease or challenge. It can literally wipe you out. Looking back now on my life pre JPouch, I don’t know how I did it. My colitis flared up something fierce every single holiday season […]
Gumbo is on the stove, kid in costume, wine in my glass…enjoying the last of Christmas Day Creole Style! Hope you had a great one! Many blessings to you and yours!!
Okay so like most of you I live in a newer building with no front lawn and/or private garage. I’m also in a centralized area where there just isn’t a corner or anywhere to have a little yard sale. So what is a girl to do with a bunch of toddler clothes? Well, take it […]