Living with a chronic illness isn't easy, especially as a mom. it's time for a modern, everyday lifestyle resource for our unique needs as women, parents, and patients.
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How to Choose a Great Pediatrician for Your Child While pregnant, there seems to be a never-ending list of things to do before you give birth. Choosing a pediatrician is one you just can’t skip! Did you know you can set up consultations with...read more
Please note: This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a small compensation if you choose to purchase any products linked below at no extra charge to you! Click here to view our disclosure policy. As a mom with...read more
Please note: This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a small compensation if you choose to purchase any products linked below at no extra charge to you! Click here to view our disclosure policy. As a...read more
Venturing out on your family vacation or road trip? Check out these tips for packing your toddler’s bag and download the five-page family packing checklist.read more
The best kitchen tools and gadgets for new parents. All the favorites for babies and toddlers up to three years old, including bottle warmers, baby food makers, meal prep, and engaging your toddler in the kitchen.read more
The journey of my sudden hair loss as a young mom in her 30s and gained a new perspective on life, beauty, and what I can contribute to the world. Oh, and how wigs are amazing!read more
Brenda Dalton is a voice of hope and humor for moms dealing with the trials and tribulations of living with chronic illness. As an advocate for those with invisible illnesses, she’s changing the way the world views chronic illness and disability, especially in young women and mothers.
Her goal is to show women they can live a fabulous life they love, even with limitations on health and diet. Her blog focuses on gluten-free entertaining, parenting tips, pregnancy and postpartum guides, shopping, and family travel.
Since being diagnosed with multiple autoimmune diseases in her 20s, Brenda knows the toll these illness can take on women’s physical and mental health, and most importantly, one’s livelihood to live a “normal” life like everyone else. She aims to inspire hope, bring humor, and encourage livelihood into her readers’ lives each and every day.