Angela Heidt

Angela Heidt is a stay at home mother of two who resides in the rural community of Fruitvale, BC. Prior to becoming a freelance writer she worked as a software support specialist for a Vancouver based brokerage software company. After the birth of their second child, Angela and her husband Dustin felt that their children would benefit from a more natural setting, so they both quit their jobs and moved to the West Kootenay region of Southern BC. Before long, Angela felt that in order to bring balance to her life, she needed some sort of gainful employment and decided to try her hand at freelance writing. In just a few short months she realized that her skill set was perfect for providing interesting and informative web content for companies and individuals. Today Angela writes on many topics, but specializes in content related to raising children and saving money.

Angela Heidt is a stay at home mother of two who resides in the rural community of Fruitvale, BC. Prior to becoming a freelance writer she worked as a software support specialist for a Vancouver based brokerage software company. After the birth of their second child, Angela and her husband Dustin felt that their children would benefit from a more natural setting, so they both quit their jobs and moved to the West Kootenay region of Southern BC. Before long, Angela felt that in order to bring balance to her life, she needed some sort of gainful employment and decided to try her hand at freelance writing. In just a few short months she realized that her skill set was perfect for providing interesting and informative web content for companies and individuals. Today Angela writes on many topics, but specializes in content related to raising children and saving money.

Pacifier or Thumb?

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
Welcome to one of the greatest debates in parenthood – should you give baby a pacifier to help soothe him, let him suck his thumb, or discourage both? The true answer depends on a lot of factors, but mainly boils down to your patience level. Are you willing to put up with an unhappy baby ...

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Rooming In with Baby

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
What's "rooming in" you ask? For those soon-to-be new moms out there, rooming in is where your baby stays with you during your hospital stay, instead of in the maternity ward nursery. Different hospitals have different policies on rooming in – full or partial, so it's important to confirm that your hospital ...

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Pregnancy Gas Got You Down?

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 by from Blogs
One of the major complaints of pregnant women is gas. It seems no matter what you eat, drink, or do, pregnancy gas is one thing that pregnant women cannot get control of. Sometimes it is a major inconvenience, while other times it can be downright painful. So what can you do? Find the Source The ...

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Searching for a Surrogate

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
If you have discovered that you are unable to conceive, for whatever reason, the good news is that you are not out of options. Those couples who are set on having a baby can still choose to have a surrogate carry their child. Finding a surrogate is no easy task, but with some careful searching ...

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Understanding O+12

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
If you have your heart set on having a girl, then the O+12 method may be your ticket to a beautiful little princess. This method was developed by an Australian woman, who after trying to have a girl using the Shettles method, gave birth to six boys (yikes!) While the Shettles method advises timing intercourse for just prior to or after ovulation, ...

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Understanding the Shettles Method

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
For whatever reason, you have your heart set on having either a boy or a girl and are curious to find out whether there is an easy (i.e. affordable) way to increase your chances of getting pregnant with the gender you prefer. The Shettles Method is one of these ways. In a nutshell, the Shettles ...

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Pros and Cons of OPKs

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
There are so many different types of fertility predictors out there, so which one should you choose? Well, this depends on several factors. Many women find that OPKs work very well for them, while others find that it is nothing but a challenge to decide what the OPK "reads". Still others don't like the process ...

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Ovulation Prediction with Saliva

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
If the idea of taking your temperature every day and checking your cervical mucus seems like a bit much, then perhaps you want an alternative. Perhaps it's time to consider an ovulation monitor that uses your saliva to predict when you are most fertile. The basic premise of saliva ovulation predictors is that they measure ...

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Starting a Fertility Journal

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 by from Blogs
For parents trying to get pregnant, a fertility journal is a great idea to help record thoughts and feelings, as well as to keep track of your cycle, diet, and changes in your body. So, how exactly do you start a fertility journal, and what do you put in it? First you need somewhere to ...

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It is inevitable that with any pregnancy there are going to be costs involved, at the very least some hospital bills and loss of income while you are recovering from delivering your baby. However, there are several types of disability insurance policies that can provide you with income during your pregnancy and maternity leave. ...

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