Rebecca Heid

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My name is Rebecca Walden Miller Heid. I am married to Andrew Heid, a traveling production electrician, and we are blessed to have one daughter, LillieMarie, who turned three in October. I recently returned from a four-year stint in Nashville and am overjoyed to be back home. I am so thankful to be raising my daughter in the best city in the world! Let’s figure out this motherhood thing together!
Moms, Mastitis Is No Joke

Moms, Mastitis Is No Joke

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I've had brushes with mastitis before -- a sore spot here or there that I could soothe away with warmth, showers, and strategic feeding -- but this was a completely different monster. It set...
Loving My Five-Year-Old is Hard Right Now

Loving My Five-Year-Old is Hard Right Now

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When I welcomed my second bundle of everlasting joy this winter, I worried at first about loving my eldest daughter more. After all, how could I love someone more than I love my five-year-old,...
What in the Daisies Would I Name My Next Child?

What in the Daisies Would I Name My Next Child?

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Alright, so as I usually start, we will begin with a disclaimer. At the moment, there are no plans for a sweet Heid #3 and there are really no name choices in this world...
The Perk of Seasonal Consignment Sales

The Perk of Seasonal Consignment Sales

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In my 20s, I was more than willing to throw down an obscene amount of money for a lovely pair of high heels and a new dress. Those were the days of the flirtatious...
Family Friendly Pizza Places in Chattanooga

There’s a Slice for Everyone: Family-Friendly Pizza in Chattanooga

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As I am currently on a dairy-free diet due to my newborn’s allergy, I can’t help but plot my way through a pizza-eating binge for when I can return to the wonderful world of...

Life With Gestational Diabetes {Part Three}

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I'm at the very end of baby-making and am staring down the narrow canal of the birthing process. All this is made just a bit more intimidating and unsure thanks to the gestational...

Life With Gestational Diabetes {Part Two}

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The first few days were nothing but panic, self-recriminations, and even more panic. Now, with over a month of Gestational Diabetes experience under the ever-widening belt, there is largely a sense of resignation tinging...

Life With Gestational Diabetes {Part One}

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I've been basking lately in the fact that this pregnancy was going much smoother than my last. With my four-year-old daughter's time in the tummy, I was Kate-Middleton-levels sick without the fancy private hospital....

Pregnant and Finally Allowing Myself to Like My Body

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I doubt it will be any surprise to anyone who has read my posts before that I have a sincerely unhappy relationship with my body image. There are few times that I willingly take...
The Night Terror That Scared the Pants Off the Parents

The Night Terror That Scared the Pants Off the Parents

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It was a relatively normal night. Lillie fell asleep with her usual amount of fuss and fizzle before conking out. She was sandwiched between her daddy and me when it happened: our four-year-old had...