Heart Centered Parenting eCourse starts Monday!

It’s not too late to be added on to my Heart Centered Parenting eCourse. Starting this Monday, it’s three weeks of fun, inspirational, positive, and fresh ways to connect with your child and help encourage their innate connection to health and Well Being to thrive. Just click here and sign up to be added onto the email loop. You’ll get a daily newsletter into your inbox each morning, full of ideas of things to do with your child, each day a new topic. 15 topics in all… all of my favorite ways, as a physician and a mama, to encourage […]

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Changes the world with each breath…

    … that’s my daughter. Intense yet gentle… deep yet easy going… wise yet playful. She is turning 10 tomorrow. She saved my life one day, you know. The day she was born. Literally saved my life. Changed me into the person I always wanted to be… loving, nurturing, full of faith and aware of spirit. Never was able to reach for those things before she came into our lives, and now each day is bathed in spirit and soul, love and faith, tenderness and fun. Thank you so much for blessing us with your life these past 10

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What it feels like to go back Home.

So I was telling my kids about my recent trip out of the Universe… how it felt so light and expansive to reach past the confines of our universe… and my daughter instantly knew what I was trying to say.   “It reminds me of how I feel when I am swimming. I am holding my breath underwater, and as I come up to the surface, I break through the top and take a big free breath. It feels amazing,” Clara said.   Holy. Crap. YES!   This is what took me paragraph after paragraph to try to explain on

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My trip outside of the Universe (warning… gotta suspend judgment to make it through this post!)

  You might have to bear with me for this post. I feel like I’m taking a risk sharing this with you here… not the typical blog post you might expect from a rational sane educated woman… so be kind to me here. I just feel moved to share with you this crazy daydream I had. You could call it a vision… a trip outside of the Universe. No drugs involved, I swear. What got me there was love. Pure love! Let me explain: I was driving with my kids and listening to music and hearing them chat back and

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Lessons from my kids… Intention

  For some reason, my kids decided one day that they wanted to cook dinner for us. They’ve never cooked anything before… and they didn’t want me in the room AT ALL. Yikes! Stoves! Ovens! Knives! But I said yes, trusting that they would come to me for help if they needed anything, anything at all, and knowing I would be listening intently from the next room. I started giving them kid-friendly cook books and ideas, which they promptly rejected, grabbing instead all of my adult cookbooks and running off to plan. Wouldn’t even tell me what they were making,

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Hearts all along the way…

  my son, the trail blazer We went up to Virginia to meet up with my parents and do a good deal of hiking in the Shenandoah National Park! It was fabulous! We packed in 4 different trails and the Luray Caverns too! We had a great time… and I felt surrounded by love. Lots of evidence of that too, along the way. I kept my eyes open and picked up a few little heart stones from each trail… they were easy to find. A few were too big to keep but I snapped some pics so that I could

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My Temper Tantrum

  Okay, I know all the blah blah blah. I know it’s healthy for children to grow up and find their own rhythm and pull away from their parents a little and yadda yadda yadda. I know the reason my daughter feels so comfortable finding her way and asking for space is because I have loved her deeply and thoroughly, and I know that giving her a solid ground is why she is able to fly. Beautiful… usually. But once in a while, I just want to throw a big ol’ temper tantrum and say it like it is: I

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