Question of the Day #52: Singing in the Shower

Gina: Not usually
Kate: Haha, nope
Sandy: Heck yeah
Renee: No, even I don't like the sound of my voice
Aisling: No
Twinkle: Yup 
Sid: Yes! I never take a shower without my tunes. My favourite to sing when I start the day is "Good Morning Baltimore" from the musical Hairspray.
Heather: No
Lori: Nope
Radeyah: Always
Jen: No
Colleen: No

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The Sounds of Advice #60: Positivity Post


Question of the Day #51: Cooking to Music

Gina: No
Kate: If I actually did any cooking, yes.
Sandy: Sometimes
Renee: No
Aisling: No
Twinkle: All the time
Sid: Yes I do, I listen to childhood faves like the Jonas Brothers often and dance when I cook. Which has caused me to fall in the kitchen before. 
Heather: Sometimes
Lori: Nope
Radeyah: Sometimes
Colleen: Not usually
Jen: No

Our Cancer Journey

Our Cancer Journey  By Shauna Young
March 24, 2006 started out like any other day for our family. I got the two oldest (who were 10 and 11 at the time) up for school and everything was normal. Spent the day with my husband and the two youngest while they were at school we went to the park and had a great day. Little did we know that everything in our lives were about to change!! The boys came home from school and our oldest went inside did homework and ran out the door to go play. However, our 10 year old was walking slow, not being himself, and complained of a headache. So I gave him some medicine and let him take a nap. When he got up we had his favorite dinner, but he didn’t eat much and still complained about his head hurting. I had figured his sinus infection had come back with a vengeance. So I kneeled down in front of him….looked up at him and noticed this huge lump in his neck. I was determined to find out what this was without telling him what I was seeing. I played 20 question…

The Sounds of Advice #59: Breastfeeding


Aisling: Breastfeeding is a wonderful way to feed your baby. Besides being a great source of food and nutrients there are a lot of reasons why people prefer to breastfeed. 
It helps your uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size and reduces post-delivery bleeding.
It makes it easier to lose those pregnancy pounds (you burn up to 500 extra calories a day nursing).
It may reduce your risk of postpartum depression and breast and ovarian cancer.
It can delay the return of your period (although you should still use some form of birth control when you resume intercourse).
It saves money (no formula!).
Breastfeeding is a learned process; none of us (not even Baby) are born knowing how to do it. To improve your chance of success:
Try to breastfeed within the first hour of birth. This helps your uterus contract and provides that valuable colostrum. Also ask to have Baby room in with you at the hospital so you can feed on demand.
Have a nurse or lactation consultant check how Baby latches o…

Question of the Day #50: Band T-shirts

Gina: Of course, about 75% of my shirts are so.
Kate: Frequently. And I always have a band hoodie on when it’s cold
Sandy: All the freaking time!
Renee: No
Aisling: Sometimes
Twinkle: Nope
Sid: Yes, I have an A Day To Remember shirt, an Alex Goot shirt, and an Admiral of Black shirt.
Heather: I sadly don't own any.
Lori: Nope
Radeyah: No
Colleen: I have a few 
Jen: Yes