I was born and grew up in Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire. From the age of fifteen I lived in the UK. However, I always knew that I wanted to raise my children (whenever I had them) at home in Kenya. via InCultureParent | Why African Babies Donâ€™t Cry.Read More Breastfeeding…Why African Babies Don’t Cry
I’ve had the pleasure to care for countless expectant and new mommies and their babies for over a decade as a registered nurse working obstetrics in hospitals and homecare..and now it’s my turn. I’m so grateful to be 5 1/2 months pregnant! I’ve been blessed with a wonderful pregnancy so far and despite the common […]Read More Bliss BABY!!!
It’s so amazing how you can be at just the right place at the exact right time. I caught a few minutes of the View the other afternoon on a break at work. Paulina Pinsky, daughter of the famous addiction specialist “Dr. Drew” and former figure skater, was on the couch opening up about her […]Read More What I’m teaching…Remain neutral
Freedom comes from discipline.Read More Dana Flynn says…
Last fall, we adopted a dog. I’ve always wanted to have a dog and after fostering one a few years ago, we made the decision to walk into the North Shore Animal League on Long Island and we walked out with Lui. In the harsh winter months since we got him, I have realized that having a […]Read More My home practice: Having a dog is a lot like yoga
Humility is the solid foundation of all virtues. Confucius When we face challenges in life, we become more grateful and humble human beings. When it takes time, practice, or patience to accomplish a goal or to get what you want, finally getting there is so much sweeter and we are so much more thankful for […]Read More What I’m teaching…The blessing in the struggle