Author: talia

Grateful

My Chaya, my life. I feel grateful that Hashem believed I was capable enough to be trusted with her. All of her. I’m grateful that every day she makes improvements in the way she feeds. I’m grateful that she was born in 2019 – in a time when people understand so much about babies. I’m […]

Funny Milestones

My youngest daughter had her tongue tie snipped on Friday. It was a cause of anxiety leading up to it (mostly because of other people’s question to be honest), and a whole lot of nothing on the day. Being a mum is funny like that. I wish I’d documented all of Chaya’s feeding and health […]

True Self

At my last chiro session we did a series of positions and meditations on our true self, and opening our heart to our true selves. This is a concept that isn’t foreign to Judaism. In Judaism we call it Teshuva, and while there’s a time of year (Elul) when it’s most potent and critical, it’s […]

Priorities

I think what I want most right now is to be able to spend my days pumping milk, doing Chaya’s exercises, staring into her mystifying eyes, and being enchanted by her beautiful smile. I’ve been thinking a lot about priorities and the content reminder that I am not superwoman, and can’t do it all. Which […]