How we can navigate our kids through this new quarantined life.
Adulting with an Autoimmune Disease is not the best thing. It’s not really a good thing. It’s the amount of responsibility, pressure and stress that makes it harder to deal with. You have work, bills, marriage/relationships, children and the news. But such is life. Some of us with autoimmune diseases choose to not have children. […]
I love a good stroller. I’m not kidding. I LOVE a good stroller. As a single active mom with arthritis and an autoimmune disease, my stroller has been my best friend. Trips to Disneyland, red-eye flights, early walks, concerts/movies in the park… all of those things where my five year old might fall asleep, become […]
Soooo…how’s it going? With school that is? It’s here and in full force, up and running, full speed ahead…you get my drift. School is BACK! My calendar is literally bleeding “Jaxon’s Calendar” orange with afterschool classes, assemblies, field trips, baseball practices, soccer games. I thought that going back to school meant the kids are occupied […]
Salt-less, oil-less, skinless steamed or baked chicken. Saltless, butter-less mashed potatoes or white rice. And unseasoned, butter-less cooked carrots. no flavor. no creativity. no nothing! This is the flare up diet. The most taste you get is from the gatorade or cucumber infused water you are allowed to drink. And then there are the days […]
It’s officially the 19th day of Hippo leaving and I am…well… I don’t know what to do. I’m confused by life. I mean, I’m getting work done and everything. But that’s just it…I’m getting everything done. I don’t have anyone yelling my name every five seconds. I eat my food when it’s hot. I don’t […]