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Upcoming Events

My introverted self is going to be out and about in public in March. I hope that spring will grace us with her presence for those events, because I’d mostly like to stick around home with a warm cuppa and some knitting if it’s terribly winter-y. Anyway, if I’m overcoming my introverted nature and the weather, I hope you’ll come out to meet me. It’s always great to see some warm and friendly faces at events. I really value our local community and the cool events that folks put on, and look forward to being involved in more things in the future.

First up, I will be doing a brief three minute and forty second PechaKucha presentation at this event, hosted by my youngest son’s very awesome school. I’ve chosen to talk about Arvigo® Supported Pregnancy, since it’s a thing I want lots more people to know about. I’m working out how to include the howler monkeys I encountered in Belize into the presentation, because, well, monkeys, people. They were so cool. If you can’t or won’t click through to the Facebook event, PechaKucha is on Tuesday, March 6, at 6:30 p.m. at The Fox Club, located within the Wisconsin Timber Rattler’s Stadium. The event is free and open to the public, with appetizers and a cash bar. Maybe it would be a fun date night for you and your sweetie?

Secondly, I will have a table at The Belly to Baby Expo, put on by Green Bay Doulas on Saturday, March 24th from 12:00 to 3:30 pm at The Meadows in Green Bay. I’ll have some cools mugs for sale, definitely some dark chocolate to giveaway, and I’m happy to chat with you about breastfeeding, home birth, Arvigo®, pregnancy, etc. I never pass up an opportunity to snuggle a baby, either, if you’re willing to share a squishy little person for a bit. The event has it’s own website (linked above), plus a Facebook page, plus a Facebook event. Stop by and say, hi!

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sweet little one who came to play at a park reunion