Chaunie Brusie, RN, BSN

Chaunie Brusie is a coffee mug addict, a labor and delivery nurse turned freelance writer, and a young(ish) mom of four. She is the author of "Tiny Blue Lines: Preparing For Your Baby, Moving Forward In Faith, & Reclaiming Your Life In An Unplanned Pregnancy" and "The Moments That Made You A Mother". She also runs Passion Meets Practicality, a community of tips + inspiration for work-at-home mothers.

Chaunie Brusie is a coffee mug addict, a labor and delivery nurse turned freelance writer, and a young(ish) mom of four. She is the author of "Tiny Blue Lines: Preparing For Your Baby, Moving Forward In Faith, & Reclaiming Your Life In An Unplanned Pregnancy" and "The Moments That Made You A Mother". She also runs Passion Meets Practicality, a community of tips + inspiration for work-at-home mothers.

As we enter into the holiday season, it's important to remember that for some people, the holidays are anything but magical.  From money struggles to illnesses, from losses to plain ol' parenting burnout, there are many ways that this time of year can be hard. There's just something about feeling like the rest of the world is happy and joyful ...

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We've all heard countless amounts of facts and opinions about millennial parents, from the fact that we are entitled and lazy and overanalyze everything (OK, so that last part might be a leetle bit true), but it looks like all of the focus on millennial parents may be coming to an end.  Because look out world, there's a new generation of ...

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I have to admit that I'm not someone who gets super excited about technology; I'm a writer by trade and honestly, I get pretty tired of being on screens all day long. So I was 100% skeptical about trying out the Google Home--the last thing I wanted was to be tethered to another device. But I was interested to see if the Google Home assistant could ...

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There are so many times as a mother that I have thought that I was completely and totally alone. I've thought that, surely, what I was experiencing was something that no one else in the history of motherhood had ever experienced. Except, of course, I was never really and truly alone. ...

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If you've ever wondered just how dangerous having a fever during pregnancy is to either you or your baby, the short answer is that doctors don't always know the full extent of what kind of damage it can do. Doctors know that it a fever can raise the internal body temperature of a woman, but they haven't always been sure exactly what that raise in ...

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For about a year now, we've been dealing with a little bit of, shall we say, troublesome behavior in our home. Apparently, age nine is the new 15 and all that. Because the level of sass in our home went up quite considerably about the same time our oldest daughter hit third grade.  ...

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Pink is making quite a name for herself as the "Cool Mom Everyone Wants To Be Friends With," from her confessions about motherhood on everything from breastfeeding to how it's affecting her marriage.  And in typical Pink fashion, she recently made waves with one of her most refreshing and candid confessions about motherhood ever: there have ...

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If you are newly pregnant, you may be wondering if there is anything you can do to decrease the risk of miscarriage. Pregnancy can be a wonderful and exciting time, but for a lot of women, it can also be a hard time. On top of morning sickness and general fears about what is it to come, some women may also have fear about a miscarriage.  ...

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From soup to savory meals, here are a few sure-to-impress instant pot recipes to get your through the busy holiday season! ...

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Looking for perfect gift ideas for nurses, midwives, or doctors? Here are some great ideas to gift those special caregivers in your life. ...

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