Teaching Health & Nutrition Choices

The Diagnosis As my midwife was conducting our normal monthly exam, feeling around and searching for baby, she noticed a separation. Do you feel this?Looks like your abdomen has split. What do you mean my abdomen has split? What does that mean? It’s just something called Diastasis...

At the Home of Martha and Mary 38 As Jesus and his disciples were on their way, he came to a village where a woman named Martha opened her home to him. 39 She had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what...

With so many different dietary restrictions, one would wonder why we'd add something else to the list; like not eating meat. About one year ago, my husband and I made the choice to no longer eat meat as a family. Between our two children we have...

My first choice for my kids’ vegan dessert dietary needs has always been Ms. Paula’s Buttercream Dreams Bakery, located in Southern California. Since moving to Texas, I’ve researched different bakeries, but none of them look up to par with BCD Bakery. They say, “never judge a book...

Happy Love Day!   How do you and your family show your love on Valentine’s Day? This year we decided to do a family Valentine’s celebration which included family breakfast, followed by daddy-daughter and mommy-son time. While the kids were at AWANA, Mommy and Daddy were fortunate this year...

If you haven’t heard me mention it before, my children are currently fighting allergies to soy, dairy, eggs, wheat, nuts, and sesame seed combined. I say fighting because words are powerful, and we are believing they will outgrow them. When it comes to eating out or...

Having two children fighting food allergies makes meal times in our home extra fun. When planning for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we have a lot to consider. Our meals must be wheat, dairy, egg, soy, and nut free. Not to mention my gluten-free and recent transition...